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Aramark Ireland makes investment

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ARAMARK Ireland has recently invested €1.6m in an initial step to on-board its finance organisation with the ARAMARK Corporation Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

The investment includes the implementation of Oracle’s Financials of the E-Business Suite Release 12 which will replace all legacy systems and will enable ARAMARK to leverage corporate scale technologies whilst increasing business efficiency.

Phillip Fischer, CIO ARAMARK explains:

“With ARAMARK Ireland’s acquisition of facilities management, property and energy divisions, we inherited a number of legacy SME finance systems. With each system, financial processes and information management practices differed. This resulted in independent structures, administration and reporting activities.”

With Oracle EBS Suite as the key enabler and working with the Enterprise group, ARAMARK Ireland’s new transition is now taking place bringing the entire organisation in line with a master financial system.

Fischer continues:

“This will enable ARAMARK to operate more efficiently and effectively against process standards whilst greatly enhancing the quality and granularity of information available to the organisation. Set to go live in November 2013, this new rollout will greatly benefit the organisation and in turn enriching our service to our clients and customers.”

ARAMARK Ireland is a leading integrated services provider of award winning food, environmental, facilities and property management services to clients in the pharmaceutical, financial services, IT and manufacturing sectors, as well as in the educational and healthcare sector. As one of the country’s largest employers with 4,000 people across 980 locations throughout the island of Ireland, ARAMARK Ireland is headquartered in Dublin, with regional offices in Cork, Limerick and Belfast.

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