Telenor Norway and Infosys have partnered
Telenor Norway and Infosys – Telenor Norway, Telenor’s wholly-owned Norwegian telecoms operator, and Infosys announced a collaboration on Monday to overhaul its finance and supply chain processes.
Infosys stated in a statement that it has deployed a future-proof, standardized Oracle Cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to enable customers move from a traditional ERP system and improve business agility and operational efficiency.
“Telcos are emerging as the preferred digital service providers for subscribers in the post-COVID age. Telenor Norway is able to promote operational excellence, which translates into a better customer experience, thanks to an ERP platform developed jointly by Telenor and Infosys “Infosys’ EVP of Communications, Media, and Technology, Anand Swaminathan, stated.
Telenor Norway chose Infosys for its standardized solutions, reusable assets, experienced human pool, and ability to accelerate solution implementation, according to the business.
Telenor Norway and Infosys
“To act as a trusted digital partner for its consumer and enterprise customers, Telenor Norway must continually improve its operational performance. IT, as a business enabler, is crucial to achieving this goal. One of the measures towards making Telenor more flexible and efficient is the ERP transformation initiative “Terje Borge, Telenor Norway’s CFO, stated.
The system, which included modules like R2R (Record to Report), A2R (Acquire to Retire), P2P (Procure to Pay), and O2C (Order to Cash), was implemented across 10 Telenor organizations in nine months.
“Collaboration, following standard protocols, and functioning with a strong one-team mentality throughout the project were essential parts of our success. To assist in the delivery of this change, Infosys offered domain expertise, the necessary skills, and qualified resources “Telenor Norway’s CIO, Richard Stigaard, stated.
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