DataXstream Customer Success Story Series
Large Bathroom Product Manufacturer Centralizes Growth with SAP BTP and OMS+
Hosted by: Jayelyn Ramey, Marketing Associate, DataXstream
Featuring: Scott Walker, VP of Product Delivery, DataXstream
Growth Begets Growth
A large bathroom manufacturer was formed from the merger of three different companies—all running SAP. Because all three companies had various process differences within their SAP system, when merged, inefficiencies become apparent because their systems were so disjointed. In a time of intense growth, the company required a platform that could aid in unifying all three systems’ processes, as well as allow them to communicate and provide visibility across the organization to support increasing growth. Enter: SAP Business Technology Platform (BTP) and DataXstream’s OMS+.
OMS+ built on SAP’s BTP, allowed the bathroom manufacturer to support the merger of the three companies, and it did so in an intuitive and easily learned way. One of the greatest benefits of OMS+ is the fact that there was little to no training necessary. Users were able to quickly learn the OMS+ interface and spend their valuable time being acclimated to other changes happening around them. The user interface is so intuitive due to the ease of navigation from step to step, as well as the ability to customize the views and widgets to the user’s preference. From start to finish, this project was completed in approximately 90 days, further highlighting the simplicity of the system supported by the expertise and talent of our delivery team and enthusiasm from the customer.
Value Driven Results
As with many mergers and acquisitions, the process of standardizing on one way or process becomes challenging when separate companies have been doing things their own way for years. Concluding on what way will be the only way can often be a time consuming and complicated decision. Thanks to OMS+, this was not the case. The company was quickly able to standardize on one set way of selling, distributing, and logistics and combined them under one user interface that could handle all these different processes.
The large bathroom product manufacturer was headquartered internationally which makes the end-to-end project completion within 90 days all more impressive. During any sort of implementation process you are going to have varying degrees of complexity requiring specific integrations and even unique laws and rules to pilot depending on location. Throughout the extent of the project, the DataXstream team hit the complexities head-on and were able to make the transition a breeze.