Karwa Motors, Oman’s first bus brand and manufacturing facility in collaboration with Bahwan CyberTek, a subsidiary of Oman-based Suhail Bahwan Group Holding, has completed the successful implementation of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
Karwa will be able to improve end-to-end visibility across the supply chain and strengthen its manufacturing business with this cutting-edge ERP solution at its core. Connecting systems and data allows companies to anticipate change, reduce disruptions, and shorten time to market.
Bahwan CyberTek is a global provider of digital transformation solutions and a company that has worked closely with the Sultanate of Oman to help create jobs for Omani citizens. Over 10,000 Omani youth have been trained, with 3,000 in the Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) and IT sectors.
The scope of the activities covered six key aspects of Karwa Motors’ operations including the process coverage of its functional units, solution capabilities and features, process capabilities for manufacturing sector organizations, solution integration, future expansion and future-proofing, and strategic control over technology, usage, deployment, and support services.
“We live in an ever-changing world where new processes and technologies are being developed and introduced continuously. Having a robust business management solution at the foundation of our business is vital to maintaining a high level of productivity and a strong growth trajectory throughout our supply chain. Given its proven track record and flexibility, Microsoft Dynamics 365 was a perfect fit.”
Dr. Ibrahim Albalushi added that “Even with some unforeseen modifications and integration requirements, Bahwan CyberTek’s support and expertise enabled us to deploy Microsoft Dynamics 365 across our operations in record time. With it in place, we can now build a more resilient future for ourselves by driving innovation, optimizing operations, and deepening our customer relationships.”
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