with clients such as Pacific Drilling, Rowan Companies and Vantage Drilling Company,
EnergyPath includes back-office processes such as finance-to-manage, order-to-cash, procure-to-pay, hire-to-retire,
and demand-to-supply with a number of benefits and custom functionality tools, including:
• Preconfigured, industry-specific version of the SAP ERP application combined with SAP leading practice
offerings, pre-built and ready for deployment;
• Accelerated implementation timeline, business blueprint process maps, training and technical
documentation; and
• Low-cost, long-term support options.
EnergyPath addresses scenarios specific to the drilling and oil field services industry, such as streamlined
intercompany billing and asset transfers, ready-to-run freight-forwarder integration, rapid processing of the transfer
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of rigs or other complex assets between geographies/operating companies (rig moves), easy-to-use rebillable
solution (also called rechargeables), integrated inventory management (both expense on receipt and inventory on
balance sheet models), and simplified, easy-to-use screens for maintenance and procurement processes to improve
user adoption.
“EnergyPath enables clients to deploy a comprehensive industry specific ERP solution in as little as 90 days,” said
Rob McKay, vice president, SAP Energy Practice, Capgemini. “This solution demonstrates Capgemini’s
commitment to the energy services and drilling sectors, and further solidifies our position as a leader in offering
end-to-end business solutions to our clients based on SAP’s technology.”
SAP Business All-in-One partner solutions are qualified by SAP and developed, sold and supported by SAP
channel partners as a defined-scope implementation with consulting services. They offer the flexibility to
accommodate the unique business needs of each customer, enabling streamlined operations, lower costs and a
proven path to growth.
“SAP and its partners offer midsized companies the solutions needed to help them emerge successfully from the
current economic climate and grow their businesses profitably,” said Kevin Gilroy, vice president, North American
Channel, SME, SAP America, Inc. “With Capgemini’s EnergyPath, a qualified SAP Business All-in-One partner
solution, customers can capitalize on Capgemini’s energy services and drilling sectors expertise combined with the
power and flexibility of SAP Business All-in-One to help improve growth, lower costs and optimize business
Over the past 18 years, Capgemini has collaborated with more than 2,000 global clients in implementing 5,000 SAP
solution-based projects across all major industry sectors. Capgemini’s most recent qualified SAP Business All-in-
One partner solution, EnergyPath, can be paired with Capgemini’s hosting and application maintenance services as
an alternative to purchasing new equipment and training support resources.
About Capgemini
Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, enables its clients to
transform and perform through technologies. Capgemini provides its clients with insights and capabilities that boost their
freedom to achieve superior results through a unique way of working, the Collaborative Business Experience®. The Group
relies on its global delivery model called Rightshore®, which aims to get the right balance of the best talent from multiple
locations, working as one team to create and deliver the optimum solution for clients. Present in more than 30 countries,
Capgemini reported 2009 global revenues of EUR 8.4 billion (approximately USD $11.6 billion) and employs 90,000 people
More information is available at www.us.capgemini.com.
Rightshore®, Collaborative Business Experience, and EnergyPath are trademarks belonging to Capgemini.
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