HEALTHCARE services provider Zuellig Pharma said Monday its digital transformation through software company SAP SE has resulted in an increase of approximately 100,000 sales orders processed daily.

Daniel Laverick, head of SAP & IT Solutions Zuellig Pharma, said in a statement: “Even before the pandemic, we saw the importance of driving efficiencies so that we could grow, operate and support larger scale and more complex healthcare supply chains.”

“With this in mind, we embarked on a digital transformation journey with SAP and were able to quickly activate our technologies to address the spike in customer orders from countries like Thailand when the pandemic hit,” he added.

“This agility and speed of our sales order processing accounted for an increase of approximately 100,000 sales orders processed daily.”

With SAP, Zuellig Pharma has deployed over 60 automations across various markets, the official noted.

Zuellig Pharma is the company behind eZVax, a vaccine management solution for vaccine distribution and administration.

The system features its proprietary eZTracker solution, which is also built on SAP blockchain technology, “to address the issue of counterfeit medical products in the healthcare supply chain.”

SAP said “77% of the world’s transaction revenue” touches its system.

“Our machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and advanced analytics technologies help turn customers’ businesses into intelligent enterprises,” it added. — Arjay L. Balinbin