Dabur india limited becomes 1st Indian FMCG company to complete cloud migration. Became the first Indian FMCG company to do so
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Dabur India Limited has become the first Indian Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) company to complete cloud migration. The aim of this move is to increase Dabur’s resilience in business and strengthen control over its IT operations.
This change is expected to improve services for consumers.
This change of the company is expected to improve services for retailers, partners, employees and consumers. By adopting a cloud-only model, Dabur will be able to ensure 360-degree monitoring of all its operations, which is expected to increase efficiency and transparency.
What did Dabur’s Global Chief Information Kaustubh Dabral say?
Kaustubh Dabral, Global Chief Information, Dabur India Limited, said, “With the help of cloud, artificial intelligence and its strong data foundation, Dabur will be transformed into an intelligent, sustainable enterprise.”
Dabral said, ‘It will have the ability to innovate new products and services faster and provide better customer experience. This step will also help Dabur curb carbon emissions and achieve net zero by 2045.
On Monday, Dabur shares closed 1.12% lower at Rs 541.
Cloud migration completed in 10 months in collaboration with SAP-Microsoft
The establishment of Digital Core enables Dabur to gain real-time data insights. The cloud migration was completed in 10 months with the collaboration of industry leaders like SAP and Microsoft.
In this, Accenture played the role of implementation partner, while Thocentric oversaw the program management and governance under Zorient. Azure emerged as the preferred primary cloud platform.
First big Indian company to use advanced technology like AI
Dabur has transferred all its computer programs from its data center to online platforms like Microsoft Azure and SAP Rise. Non-SAP programs are on Azure, and SAP ones on Rise.
With this change, Dabur is the first major Indian consumer company to use advanced technology like Open AI to upgrade its digital systems. This move of Rise with SAP provides Dabur with a complete set of business management software to achieve better results.
Dabur’s revenue in the first quarter increased by about 11% to Rs 3,130 crore.
In the first quarter (Q1FY24), the consolidated net profit of Dabur India, which trades Vatika shampoo and Honeytus cough syrup brands, was up 5.4% on an annual basis at Rs 464 crore.
The Dabur Honey and Chyawanprash maker’s revenue grew by nearly 11% to Rs 3,130 crore in the April-June quarter. CFO Ankush Jain had said that we are happy that we have crossed the Rs 3,000 crore mark for the first time in a quarter.