Love's Selects Capgemini for SAP Implementation Project
Implementing platform for growth, standardizing business processes
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores has awarded technology services firm Capgemini a contract to lead a major SAP implementation project. The nine-month project will enable Love's to take advantage of the new SAP Business Suite on HANA, giving it robust finance and reporting capabilities while enabling it to manage future growth.
Love's awarded Capgemini the contract after a competitive tender process. SAP Business Suite on HANA is the latest addition to the comprehensive SAP solution set Capgemini offers, supported by its 13,500 SAP practitioners who collaborate with clients across the complete SAP lifecycle: licensing, implementation, hosting and application management, with a focus on delivering value.
"The Love's Travel Stops project represents a growing trend among retail companies across the country and around the globe looking to take advantage of SAP's platform to enhance business decision making," said Nona Cusick, vice president of Capgemini.
"We've been at the forefront of the travel stop industry because of our unwavering commitment to always seek out new ways to serve our customers and improve our business," said Ginny Webb, vice president of Information Technology for Love's Travel Stops. "With Capgemini's support and capabilities, we're staying true to our commitment by implementing a next-generation platform that will be an integral component to our future growth."
With more than 125,000 people in 44 countries, New York City-based Capgemini is a leading provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. It has developed its own way of working, the Collaborative Business Experience, and draws on Rightshore, its worldwide delivery model.
Founded in 1964 by Tom Love, Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores is based in Oklahoma City and remains entirely family owned and operated. With more than 300 locations and 175 Love's Truck Tire Care centers in 39 states, Love's will open 25 new travel stops in 2013.