Eng. Tariq received El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Mr. Luka Mocic, Executive Board Member and Financial Director of SAP International Software Company, and his accompanying delegation, where they discussed the latest developments in digital transformation efforts for the energy sectors in Egypt and the region, including digital transformation projects in the petroleum sector within the framework of the seventh digital transformation program within the development project And modernizing the sector, as well as discussing ways to enhance cooperation with the international company and benefit from its expertise and the distinguished technological solutions it provides until reaching the complete digital transformation of the petroleum sector. Al-Mulla stressed during the meeting that the petroleum sector is currently working on implementing an ambitious project to link all holding bodies and companies, as well as their subsidiaries, in a unified digital system that aims to unify data and information sources, support decision-making, speed and efficiency of operations, noting that the petroleum sector is considered One of the most important sectors of the country’s economy And that its digital transformation efforts would establish the principles of governance in the petroleum industry system as a whole in Egypt and contribute to achieving the goals of transformation into a regional center for oil and gas trade and circulation, as well as contributing strongly to the speed and efficiency of operations performance and reducing costs. 7597032403794595399 Al-Mulla stressed the importance of accelerating the full digital transformation processes in all companies, linking them with the Petroleum Authority and holding companies, and benefiting from the best successful global models in this field, and the necessity of matching goals The joint venture with SAP Company to speed up the completion of the unified digital system. sectors in the country to implement digital projects, pointing to the company’s endeavor to build a large digital storage system (Cloud Storage) in Egypt in line with the Egyptian state’s direction to expand digital transformation projects, and stressed the company’s appreciation for cooperation and work with the Egyptian petroleum sector and the great efforts being made by both sides To implement the complete digital transformation project, and that the company provides integrated technological solutions in this context, including: The Internet of Things and advanced data analysis applications, which contribute strongly to providing a deep and comprehensive view of the work system and support cooperation between all parties to the system.
The meeting was attended by Eng. Alaa Hajar, Undersecretary for the Technical Office, Eng. Ayman Emara, Vice President of the Petroleum Authority for Planning and Projects, Eng. Mohamed Abdel Aziz, President of Enppi, Eng. Eman Wafi, Assistant to the President of the Petroleum Authority for Information Systems, Eng. Mohamed Samy, Executive Director of SAP Egypt, Eng. Osama Salem, Director General of Business Development at SAP Enppi.