Cloud-Powered Clean Energy Generation with Dynamics 365
A Microsoft Dynamics 365 Success Story for Energy Companies
Microsoft Dynamics Case Study for Renewable Energy Company
Companies trying to absorb multiple acquisitions face a systemic internal challenge: to mold and meld legacy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems into a single, unified whole across the enterprise. With the help of Sopris Systems, this company, which represents a large portfolio of operating companies in the clean energy space, was able to create a simple, singular, cloud-based platform to integrate its global enterprises.
Consolidation of Software and Vendors
The company turned to Sopris and Microsoft for the consolidation of software from multiple vendors—including SAP, Oracle, NetSuite, BPC, Great Plains, and Timberline—on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 cloud-based platform.
A Dynamic Cloud ERP Platform to Support M&A activities
Sopris was positioned to deliver a single, integrated ERP solution — and simplicity was the watchword. The client needed a more cost-effective, easier-to-use, and agile platform to support its M&A, wherein companies move into and out of the portfolio on a regular basis. The requirement was to support a wide range of business activities across territories while lowering IT costs across the board, to standardize on a single platform, and to eliminate multiple data sources.
Enabling Enterprise Analytics and Collaboration
The need to improve intelligence across the portfolio was paramount. Their range of sustainable activities generates reams of data, and the Sopris Dynamics 365 implementation delivers information in an actionable form—another plus for the consolidation process within the company.
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CASE STUDY BRIEF
Industry: Clean Power Generation; Renewable Energy
The client operates a portfolio of more than 500 wind and solar clean energy installations with the lion’s share of megawatt production coming out of US operations.
Not only was the company taking on a large, multi-country ERP implementation – but they needed to roll it out in only a few months. With complex global enterprise-level intercompany financial requirements and consolidation of multiple systems, this was a huge undertaking
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
Azure Cloud; BI 360