Qentelli’s partnership with an Asia-Pacific development bank is focused on transforming the bank’s manual and legacy expense management processes and implementing a tailored SAP solution infused with Automation.
Multilateral Development Bank
Size of the firm:
One of the large development banks in Asia-Pacific region with over 65 countries as members
Employee Experience (EX)
The client is a regional development bank active in 68 countries with over 3000 staff worldwide. The 50+ year-old bank was struggling with their legacy systems especially those of Resource, Travel, and Expense Management. Here are some of the challenges we noticed:
A considerable portion of client’s workforce travels across the globe. Post process assessment, we realized that they need a customized yet standardized TEM template with Global Multi-Country model to back the organization’s world-wide operations.
What Qentelli Did
With an objective to improve and foster the Employee Experience (EX) as part of a global EX Transformation program, we worked with the client to procure SAP Concur as their preferred digital cloud solution. The project management team handpicked the Concur modules and extended products for the solution customization to make the implementation more efficient.
Qentelli’s part in this engagement involved managing the end-to-end global Intelligent Spend Transformation and Concur Deployment Program under a big-bang go-live approach across 44 countries (47 office locations), encompassing:
Global Template Design
Concur Configuration Design and Build
Virtual Card Feed Implementation
Design and Build integration between Concur and Oracle via API/web Services
UAT and Integration Testing
Setting up Adoption and Change Management
Cutover and Cognos custom report development
3 months of post go-live Hypercare
It is a 16-month global blueprint/template + rollout program that started in November 2020 and yielding great results for the client already. Some of the key value propositions anticipated through this implementation are:
Shortened reimbursement cycles
20% - 23%
Travel and Expense savings