31 January, 2013
ComOps Limited and SAP Australia and New Zealand (SAP ANZ) today announced they have signed an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) agreement. Under the agreement ComOps will integrate SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence (BI) portfolio to its Workforce Management and Korellus ERP software and resell it as an Analytics suite.
“ComOps develops, sells and supports Workforce Management and ERP software solutions that are used by a range of blue chip clients in a number of industries,” said Daniel Sheahan, CEO, ComOps Limited. “We recognised the opportunity to provide our customers with enhanced business intelligence functionality to greatly improve the user experience and visibility into their business. As leaders in delivering business outcomes for companies looking to reduce costs, or optimise workforce productivity, complex what if analysis and reporting is a key component. While we have the data itself, we wanted a more powerful presentation platform that reflected the capabilities of our software,
“After looking at the leading third parties in this space we selected SAP BusinessObjects BI solutions because it will provide our customers with true workforce business analysis, and access to critical data and information on both desktop and mobile devices. Our customers want to manage their workforce in real time and to react quickly to business and market changes. The software provides a complete suite of capabilities ranging from dashboards and management reports, to custom report development and ad-hoc data query. The highly flexible and configurable software transforms data into information that organisations can use to make better decisions to manage enterprise performance and legislation compliance, continued Sheahan.
Simon Urry, SAP Embedded Solutions and OEM Platforms Sales Executive said: “SAP continuously strives to build strong relationships with industry leaders. We look for partners who can complement the SAP portfolio by adding innovation and providing maximum value to customers and the user experience. To help our OEM partners to be successful, we provide a wide range of services, including flexible licensing options, sales, marketing and technical support and education and consulting programs via an OEM programme that has been running for nearly 20 years now.”
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About ComOps Limited
ComOps Limited has a 40-year history in the IT industry and listed on the ASX in 1999. The company develops, sells, implements, hosts and supports Enterprise and Workforce Management software solutions under individual brands; ComOps Workforce Management Solutions and Korellus ERP. These solutions are used by a range of blue chip clients such as Toll Transport, Sensis, RACQ, Steinhoff Asia Pacific (Freedom Furniture), Australia Post, Toshiba, Dulux, Canon, Queensland Government, NSW Lotteries, DP World and Commonwealth Bank. For more information, visit www.comops.com.au.
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