Two chosen Compliance & Security projects
Here we present two client projects as reference reports representatively from a long list of successful client projects.
Berliner Stadtreinigung (city cleaning)
As one of the largest waste management service providers in Europe, the Berliner Stadtreinigung ensures the capital city's tidiness. More than 5,000 employees are responsible for cleanliness and environmental waste recycling in the largest German city. A comprehensive system landscape, with numerous SAP as well as non SAP application softwares and many in-house developments, forms the foundation for an efficient administration of the company's customers and employees.
„With the competent support of our partner cellent, a combined solution comprising of SAP NetWeaver Identity Management and SAP Access Control could be implemented swiftly and efficiently at the Berliner Stadtreinigung."
Michael Friedrich, SAP, Identity Management and Single Sign On product manage
With 16,000 employees worldwide, SEW-Eurodrive GmbH & Co KG is one of the market leaders in the development and manufacture of innovative drive engineering. Around 550 researchers and developers are engaged daily in inventing and optimising drive and automation solutions for the future. Within the company's IT department there is also not a standstill. Therefore, it is not surprising that SEW-Eurodrive possesses a very comprehensive system landscape with many SAP and non SAP application softwares. With such a variety of different IT systems, an efficient Identity Management system is a high priority.
"The Identity Management system eases our daily workload in many instances. When a user accesses the system, critical administration work is automatically undertaken by the IdM, so that users can commence their work immediately. Also with core data and administration changes, which concern many systems, it is no longer necessary to manually open one system after another, as the maintenance is automated. After roll out we have a powerful tool, that helps us to maintain an ever more complex system landscape."
Fabian Welker, project leader SEW-Eurodrive