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NNIT and SCALES enter into a contract with Norlys for the development and implementation of one consolidated Microsoft ERP solution
Under the heading ”OneERP,” NNIT and its subsidiary SCALES will start a project with Norlys to consolidate a number of existing Dynamics and AX solutions into Microsoft Dynamics365 for Finance and Operations.
On the back of the merger between SE and Eniig, Norlys is facing the large task of consolidating all financial data and processes into one system that can be scaled for future growth.
For some time, NNIT has supported the operation and development of the existing ERP systems in Norlys. Coming up is the new and exciting task of consolidating and future-proofing Enterprise Resource Planning in Norlys that has quickly developed into one of Denmark’s biggest energy and utilities companies, which is why they need to scale their systems.
In addition to consolidating a number of systems to one platform, the project entails a change from an on premise based system to a Cloud based system (Dynamics365 for Finance and Operations): a good match with NNIT’s ”winning solutions” focus on precisely Dynamics365 and Hybrid Cloud solutions.
”In connection with the merger that created Norlys, we have had a sharp focus on a full integration throughout the organization. This is not least true for the corporate systems and processes within areas such as Finance, HR and Supply Chain. In certain cases, this has required new, future-proof systems, and in relation to that we found it natural to continue the good relationship we had already established with NNIT,” says Morten Bilgrav Mathiasen, CIO in Norlys.
The project will run for two years and is worth a large two-digit DKK million amount.
A well-established cooperation
The cooperation between the parties covers operation and development of the existing ERP and CRM systems as well as a project to consolidate CRM systems into one Dynamics365 CE for Norlys’ energy division. Finally, NNIT operates part of Norlys’ critical infrastructure.
”We are proud to have been chosen as partners on the Norlys ERP consolidation journey. We are looking very much forward to contributing even more with our expertise within digitalization and the Microsoft Dynamics365 suite. Of late, NNIT has made some quantum leaps with Microsoft; we are leading partners within Dynamics365, and together with our subsidiary SCALES, we can tie together all the different elements of a Microsoft solution to the benefit of Norlys and our many other customers,” says Senior Vice President, NNIT Public & Private, Jacob Hahn Michelsen while emphasizing that the energy and utilities sector is a declared focus area for NNIT.
Norlys supplies over 1 million addresses with electricity and internet services – both in the cities and in the deep countryside. The Group is a result of a merger between SE and Eniig. With 709,000 co-owners, approx. 1.5 million customers and 2,500 employees, Norlys is Denmark’s biggest energy and teleservices supply company. They own Stofa, Boxer and N1 and are located in Silkeborg (HQ) as well as Aarhus, Aalborg, Esbjerg and Copenhagen.
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