MONTREAL–Syntax, the leading multi-cloud and multi-ERP managed cloud provider for mission-critical applications, today announced a partnership with Siemens Energy to design and implement its new SAP Digital Manufacturing Cloud (DMC) infrastructure for over 80 production sites globally.
Syntax will execute the SAP DMC subscription contract for five pilot plants located in Germany, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. These sites reflect the enormously wide range of Siemens Energy’s requirements as Syntax gathers critical process data for analysis, process modeling and execution, and resource coordination.
During this period, Syntax will also provide expertise in the integration of manufacturing processes for the company, creating a strong foundation for a digital factory implementation through the creation of a standard template. This Siemens Energy template, which is set to be developed before the end of 2023, will gradually be rolled out globally over a period of seven years.
“We are very proud that Siemens Energy has chosen Syntax for this strategic and important global initiative,” says Ralf Sürken, CEO Europe, Syntax. “The combination of SAP know-how, industry experience and global positioning that Syntax brings to the table is unique – especially with the addition of our recently-founded global Center of Excellence for Manufacturing and participation in global certification programs.”
As one of the world’s leading energy technology companies, Siemens Energy operates globally along nearly the entire energy value chain. Its products include gas turbines, steam turbines, generators, transformers, and compressors. Siemens Energy’s stake in Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy makes it a global market leader in renewable energies including conventional and renewable energy technology, such as gas and steam turbines, hybrid power plants operated with hydrogen, and power generators and transformers.
“We chose to partner with Syntax because of its holistic approach to digital transformation, and its high level of expertise and extensive experience with projects related to the SAP Digital Manufacturing Cloud,” explains Matthias Hammes, IT project manager, Siemens Energy. “As an important part of our sustainable digitization strategy within the production areas, this project is of great strategic importance for Siemens Energy. Using the same systems at all production sites is the basis for notably better cooperation, protection against cybersecurity threats, and more efficient interests of the customer.”
With the many years of experience and proven multi-cloud expertise, Syntax understands industrial settings and knows how to implement customers’ best business solutions in appropriate SAP systems. As a global IT service provider, Syntax is increasingly aware and remains focused on supporting customers and partners with an eye on social and environmental impacts of the products and services they buy, build and use.