TMI Corporate Recognition Awards received by Hanse Orga Group on behalf of Cameco and Lufthansa; on the photo: Olaf Berg, CMO of Hanse Orga Group / Jochen Stiebe, Managing Director of SymQ Consulting – a member of Hanse Orga Group / Michiel Radder of BNP Paribas, Sponsor of the TMI award.
Hanse Orga Group, global financial software and consulting specialist, was proud to receive the TMI Award for Innovation and Excellence at yesterday’s award ceremony in London. The SAP-embedded software family FS² of Hanse Orga Group was recognized for the second year in a row as “Best ERP Based Solution”. Clients of Hanse Orga Group, the German airline Lufthansa and the Canadian mining company Cameco, received the TMI Corporate Innovation Awards for their innovative projects respectively.
The TMI Awards for Innovation & Excellence are an institution and recognize outstanding achievements of companies bringing innovation and efficiency to corporate treasury and finance. “We are delighted to see Hanse Orga Group succeed for the second year in a row to receive the award for Best ERP-based Solution. The Group convinced the award panel with their innovative solutions that deliver great benefits to organizations worldwide as the winning client case studies of Lufthansa and Cameco prove! We sincerely congratulate Hanse Orga Group on this great success” said Robin Page, CEO & Publisher of TMI.
“We are absolutely thrilled to have won the TMI Award again and we are pleased for our clients Lufthansa and Cameco to have received the TMI Corporate Innovation Award – congratulations! It is our vision to provide companies worldwide with innovative solutions that integrate well into their existing ERP landscape and that deliver process automation for greater efficiency. Winning the TMI Award for our SAP-embedded software family FS² is a great official recognition of our endeavors to deliver valued-added and intuitive solutions to clients” said Kevin Grant, CEO International of Hanse Orga Group at the award ceremony on 16 February.
Lufthansa is deploying Hanse Orga’s SAP-embedded solutions for payment and cash management. In a case study about Lufthansa that was recently featured in the TMI magazine the airline shares insights into best practices for implementing a global payment factory and how they now benefit from automated, controlled and consistent payment processes.
Cameco built on the expertise of SymQ, the SAP treasury consulting company of Hanse Orga Group, to implement the new SAP technology of S/4HANA. The joint project was the first implementation of SAP S/4HANA in North America. Cameco will be speaking about the project and sharing insights at the upcoming SAP Financials conference in Las Vegas in March.
- TMI Award for Innovation & Excellence – Best ERP-based Solution: FS² by Hanse Orga Group
- Lufthansa, Joint Winner of the Corporate Innovation Award for Payments (Joint winner with Air France)
- Cameco, Winner of the Corporate Innovation Award for ERP Solution in Treasury
With over 330 employees in seven locations, Hanse Orga supports over 1,600 business customers today. With its FS² Payments solution alone, one of ten of the company’s products, customers process over 1.2 billion transactions with a volume of over 450 billion euros. In addition, the solutions for cash application enable automation ratios of up to 90% in processing payment information.
The company was established in 1984 as a software and consulting enterprise. Hanse Orga Group pursues a dual product strategy and offers SAP-embedded solutions as well as web-based products which can be linked to different Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. The solutions cover central segments such as payments, receivables processing, cash management, liquidity planning, treasury, eBAM and working capital management. In 2016 the SAP-embedded software family won the international TMI Award for Innovation & Excellence for “Best ERP Based Software“. Hanse Orga is also active as a consultant in the field of SAP Treasury. Hanse Orga Group consists of the entities Hanse Orga, SOPLEX, SymQ and cogon.