After a thorough analysis of technological improvements that could optimize Procter & Gamble’s resources, the implementation of AuraQuantic BPMS was selected as it met all expectations and filled in the gaps that conventional ERPs were unable to fill.
P&G sought to optimize its two main production processes which are, the management of raw materials and the registration process of the finished product. To achieve this, they considered purchasing a new BPM, as they had been working with a different system for several years but on a smaller level.
ACBP (www.acbp.es), technology company and AuraQuantic partner, carried out the implementation of the application and the consultancy for the AuraQuantic processes, providing a solution to the different problems.
A process to manage and monitor all tasks necessary to proceed with the use of a new raw material.
A process to manage and monitor all tasks necessary to proceed with the registration of a new finished product reference.
SAP interaction was necessary in many stages of the process, so they used utilities for extracting and updating information specific to this ERP that were launched from system tasks in the processes.
As AuraQuantic is a web solution with Service-oriented architecture, and the company has a connecting line between all its plants and headquarters, users had no problems participating in the processes using this tool.
Procter & Gamble has a firm goal: to be leader in providing top quality and value with its brands, products and services, to contribute to the well-being of the consumer. This provides a valuable investment for its shareholders, customers and suppliers, as well as progress to employees and the community.