Women Entrepreneurs

Women entrepreneurs gather for insights into the Intelligent Enterprise


With disruption unsettling traditional business models throughout the world, it was timely that the National Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Malaysia (or “NAWEM” which stands for Persatuan Kebangsaan Usahawan Wanita Malaysia) in collaboration with SAP Malaysia organised a networking session on “Building the Intelligent Enterprise” recently in Kuala Lumpur.

NAWEM serves as a platform for women entrepreneurs, with a vision of uniting women entrepreneurs through the process of nurturing their skills and in assisting them in realising their aspirations.

This non-governmental organisation’s goal is that, by the year 2020, NAWEM members will be acknowledged as catalysts to the growth, development and enhancement of women in business as well as a motivating force, providing leadership and support to all Malaysians in the realisation of their full potential whilst upholding the values of mutual respect and care.

Rudy Abrahams, SAP

The guest speaker at the event was  Rudy Abrahams, SAP (Southeast Asia) Head of the Digital Transformation Office (pic).

The Intelligent Enterprise, in turn, is one which successfully leverages data to deliver intelligence, hence fuelling process automation and innovation. SAP believes in helping its customers transform into becoming Intelligent Enterprises so that they can achieved their desired outcomes.

Toward this end, SAP has reinvented enterprise resource planning (ERP) to make it intelligent, agile and which embodies innovation. Its S/4HANA Cloud is a well-established operational ERP system, focused on utilising artificial intelligence to optimise business processes.

It was recently named as a leader in the “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide SaaS and Cloud-Enabled Operational ERP Applications 2019 Vendor Assessment”. The report recognises SAP S/4HANA Cloud as an intelligent ERP solution that enables various business processes such as idea to design, procure to pay, plan to production, order to cash, offer to project, and core finance

Meanwhile, for more information on NAWEM’s forthcoming activities, visit https://www.nawem.org.my/index.php/events.

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