PZLâ€“Åšwidnik SA, an AgustaWestland company, and the leading Polish aviation company, has now launched the use of SAP business software across its Swidnik factory to enable it to work more efficiently and further integrate with the other AgustaWestland businesses around the world.Â Nearly 150 people including representatives from PZL-Åšwidnik, AgustaWestland, suppliers and staff involved in implementing the project, gathered at Åšwidnik on January 17th , 2012, to mark the system going live.
In the last two years PZL-Åšwidnik has gone through a major transformation following the takeover by AgustaWestland with new investments of more than PLN200 million and the introduction of new manufacturing technologies and increased research and development. In 2012 a further PLN100 million is being invested in the Swidnik facility.
â€œThe new SAP system, fully integrates our business with AgustaWestlandâ€™s plants in Italy, UK and USA, helping deliver significant cost and efficiency advantages to our company. Most importantly it will allow us to plan and make business decisions more quickly and efficiently, because the new system gives us full access to the AgustaWestland groupâ€™s data, includingÂ reporting on and managing the production scheduleâ€ â€“ says Nicola Bianco, Managing Director of PZL-Åšwidnik SA.
SAP, the company founded in 1972, is currently the global leader in the market of business IT applications. It provides systems, software and databases for more than 176,000 companies around the world. PZLâ€“Åšwidnik SA, an AgustaWestland company, is now using SAP the help manage its business as it modernizes and grows.
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