Singapore LNG Corp chooses SAP Cloud to optimise key business processes

Singapore LNG Corp chooses SAP Cloud to optimise key business processes

SLNG previously faced frequent disruptions in data interfaces, data discrepancies and constant manual reconciliations.

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Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) has chosen SAP Cloud as part of its strategy to utilise technology and innovation to meet and exceed its Energy Security mandate, facilitate the growth of Singapore as a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) hub, and explore the adoption of newer and more sustainable energy sources. SLNG will also deploy SAP intelligent ERP to gain visibility across business functions such as finance, HR, procurement and maintenance to power data driven decisions.

Chong Nai Min, Vice President (Information Technology), SLNG, said, "With SAP S/4HANA Cloud, we have an integrated platform that gives us a single source of truth for more effective and accurate data analysis. The integrated platform also enables greater productivity through enhanced automation and embedded analytics, scalability to support future business growth, as well as reliability by reducing data discrepancies across multiple systems. The real-time insights that we gain allow us to be more agile and competitive as we respond to market demands and new opportunities in LNG and beyond."

Previously, SLNG stored data in separate finance, HR, procurement and maintenance systems. Frequent disruptions in data interfaces often led to data discrepancies and need for manual reconciliations.

SLNG plays a key role as one of the four Switches of Singapore’s Energy Future, identified by the Energy Market Authority (EMA). With more than 95% of its electricity generated from natural gas, SLNG is aiming to strengthen the country's energy security by enabling LNG to be imported from anywhere in the world; and by ensuring undisrupted send-out of regasified LNG for power generation.

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