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COSOL awarded new contracts with Transgrid and Anglo American

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COSOL Asia Pacific is has been awarded new contracts on the strength of its proprietary digital solutions, RPConnect® and Copernicus.

COSOL has been awarded a multi-year contract with Transgrid as part of its digital transformation program that will see it replace its existing Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) platform (Hitachi Ellipse) and move to Oracle Financials and Field Service and as well as Maximo Enterprise Asset Management (EAM).

Transgrid operates and manages the high voltage electricity transmission network in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.

This was a sole sourced contract after a demonstration of its data migration expertise. Central to the project win is COSOL’s proprietary data management solution, RP Connect®, which will utilise the RP Connect® – Data Vault Engine to store historical Ellipse data.

COSOL Asia Pacific was also awarded a new contract with Anglo Nickel, a division of Anglo American Group. The contract is to provide data migration services as both divisions move from Ellipse and SAP ECC6 to SAP S/4 Hana.

The awarding of this contract has been a sole sourced engagement based on the success of COSOL’s work on previous data migration projects with Anglo American Group. The work will also utilise COSOL’s proprietary digital solution, RPConnect®, and its Legacy Data Viewer module as the quality of data becomes paramount to the success of the overall Anglo American Group.

“The fact that COSOL Asia Pacific has been awarded these new contracts further demonstrates the strength of COSOL’s capabilities to work with major companies as they navigate major digital transformation projects,” said COSOL Asia Pacific CEO, Scott McGowan.

“It also reinforces the capability of RPConnect® as a product of choice to provide a data management solution that can deliver ease of access to legacy data that is critical as companies migrate from one system to another,” he said.