A global corporation with 160 subsidiaries and a staff that exceeds 112,000, BASF generates a turnover measured in billions. Headquartered in Ludwigshafen, Germany, the company celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015.
When searching for improved SAP functionality, BASF learned that the TRINITY for SAP solution could be used as an ‘add- on’. Nicolas Bronke, heading the TRINITY engineers and one of the company’s founders, comments: “The SAP landscape of a company like BASF is quite complex, but the robust architecture of the TRINITY TMS can handle various types of automated interfaces. It is built in Oracle, and after a well-planned integration, it runs almost completely maintenance-free.”
This became a pleasant surprise, as the TRINITY standard already offered the majority of the required functionality. With a little customization, the flexible TRINITY platform could easily conform to the specific settings BASF required for SAP interfaces, deviation reporting and extensive planning structures. The project was delivered on time and within budget.
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