The Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) Group signed an agreement with Moro – the Dubai government owned digital data hub, focused on providing digital transformation and operational innovation – to lead the digitalisation journey of ENOC’s operations.
The digital transformation will be driven through an organisation-wide SAP system implementation and infrastructure hosting services by Moro and powered by Virtustream Cloud Technology over the next five years. The programme will be delivered by a dedicated team of professionals from ENOC, Moro and specialised partners.
The partnership agreement was signed between Saif Humaid Al Falasi, group CEO of ENOC, and Eng. Marwan Bin Haidar, vice chairman of Moro, at ENOC’s headquarters in Dubai, in the presence of senior officials from both organisations.
The agreement builds on ENOC’s vision to generate new value, unlock new opportunities, drive growth and deliver enhanced efficiencies across the Group’s portfolio. This in turn will strengthen corporate governance standards and build autonomous systems that are completely integrated with the business ecosystem.
“Digital technologies are fast-transforming the business landscape, and it is imperative that we reinvent our business models and operations to be future-ready. This enables us to create exceptional value for our customers and stakeholders. Our digital transformation strategy draws on the vision of our leadership to enhance service excellence and create organisations of the future. With this partnership, we are underlining our commitment to the pillars of the Dubai Plan 2021, the Dubai 10X initiative and the UAE National Agenda,” said Al Falasi.
“With the fast-paced shifts driven by digital technologies in the world and especially the energy sector, it is important to look at organisational transformation with a digital core that connects all businesses and processes. Moro, one of the Dubai 10X enablers, is committed to partnering with UAE based and regional entities to empower them to be future-ready and digital-first. ENOC, as the energy partner of Dubai, is embarking on an ambitious digitalisation journey and in Moro, we are proud to actively support this mission and confident that it will add extraordinary value for its stakeholders,” added Bin Haidar.
The SAP transformation at ENOC will improve business integration and efficiency helping meet the Group’s goals of building world-class competencies, delivering operational excellence and profitable growth, while enhancing the happiness of employees, customers and partners.
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