Neptune Energy embarks on digital transformation to the cloud with SAP

SAP selected as strategic technology partner to accelerate its transition to an Intelligent Enterprise.

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Global independent exploration and production (E&P) company Neptune Energy, has selected SAP SuccessFactors to modernise its human resource capabilities for its 1,400 employees in eight countries across Europe, North Africa and Asia Pacific.

With the aim of creating a more flexible, engaged and empowered workforce, Neptune Energy, which already uses SAP SuccessFactors for talent and performance management, is enhancing the usage of the SuccessFactors technology footprint to enable a shift from transactional human capital management (HCM) to end-to-end experiences with SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central as its core HR management platform by the end of 2021.


Amanda Chilcott, Group HR Director at Neptune Energy, said: “We aim to be an employer of choice and it’s vital that we provide an exciting, dynamic environment for our employees that reflects the agility and entrepreneurialism of our company culture. Moving our global HCM function into the cloud with HXM solutions from SAP will enhance the employee experience through greater data transparency and improved self-service and automation, as well as increasing our ability to scale our people function along with the business.”


Kaveh Pourteymour, Chief Information Officer at Neptune Energy, said: “Our ambition is to become the leading global independent E&P company and partnering with industry-leading technology providers is an important part of our digital transformation strategy. By standardising and automating our end-to-end processes with SAP we can deliver a best-in-class user experience and become a safer, faster and better organisation. SAP has world-class technology, so we know it’s the right platform to provide the growth engine for us.” 


Leila Romane, Head of SAP HXM, UK & Ireland, said: “Neptune Energy is embarking on an exciting mission to maintain its long-life, low-cost global portfolio, scale-up partnerships and investments in lower carbon technologies and reduce its operational emissions. To support this mission, Neptune Energy needs a unified and modernized Human Experience Management (HXM) Suite to unite and engage its global workforce. By leveraging the power of SAP, Neptune Energy is laying the foundation for long term sustainable growth and innovation in the cloud. SAP is delighted to be part of this innovation with Neptune Energy.”

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