Digital transformation and continuous improvement
BMRA service member, AMCS, a global supplier of integrated cloud-based software and vehicle technology for the environmental, utilities, resource and recycling industries, has announced that recycling and resource management specialists, SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, has chosen AMCS as its technology partner to accelerate its digital transformation and drive continuous improvement across its triple bottom line.
The scope of the project is to deploy the AMCS Platform, a modern SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, to replace a range of SUEZ’s legacy solutions to provide a streamlined and integrated solution across much of its operations.
Commenting on the announcement Gary Mayson, Chief Operating Officer for SUEZ recycling and recovery UK said: “The roll out of the AMCS Platform is an important step on our digital transformation journey. Optimising our logistics operations benefits our customers, communities, and the environment, supporting all three elements of our triple bottom line.”
AMCS Platform is replacing several legacy transport, subcontractor management and enterprise systems with a modern cloud-based solution that also offers significant new functionality, including logistics scheduling, digital subcontractor engagement, contract management and billing/invoicing. The integrated solution will support SUEZ’s continuous improvement programme to drive operational excellence and will improve visibility and oversight across key business functions. AMCS Platform will also be integrated into SUEZ’s existing IT ecosystem using AMCS’s REST APIs and extensibility tools.
AMCS’s Chief Operating Officer, Freddie Kavanagh, also commented saying: “AMCS is delighted to continue its long-term partnership with SUEZ on this transformation journey. With the AMCS Platform, SUEZ has a modern SaaS solution delivering operational efficiency as well as agility to respond to new opportunities and changing market needs. We support SUEZ as a leader in driving the decarbonisation of the resources sector, working to create a more circular, resource efficient economy that is critical to the UK’s net zero ambition.”