Leaders from every industry, all around the world, are harnessing the power of the Execution Management System to maximize their execution capacity and achieve breakthrough performance. Take a look at some of our favorite Celonis success stories.
Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD)
Ascend Performance Materials
ENGIE Services Netherlands
Felix Schoeller Group
Sysmex is a global leader in hematology diagnostics and testing. With Celonis, Sysmex America has made breakthrough improvements to their Finance processes. By maximizing execution in Accounts Receivable, they were able to reduce past-due receivables by 60% in 9 months. They're also using Celonis to harmonize their IT landscape and prepare for their SAP S/4HANA migration.
The Celonis EMS helps businesses like yours maximize their capacity across the four primary areas of the enterprise: Finance & Administration, Customer Service, Supply & Delivery, and Products & Services. See the results in action.
“Celonis supports business execution at Uber by allowing us to look at processes all over the world and measure them in the same objective way. From there we can actually determine what our true performance levels are and work on improving them.”
“When we started using Celonis, we were seeking to understand the health of our processes and gain insights around bottlenecks and opportunities with Order to Cash, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable processes. Rather than simple dashboards and metrics, Celonis provides visibility to the underlying drivers of those metrics, enabling insights to areas of friction.”
“We are now in a position to see what drives our low-value orders. If 80% of invoices represent 20% of spend, it impacts not only Purchase-to-Pay, but also Accounts Payable.”
“With Celonis, we’re able to link different processes in an interconnected way. Now, we can look at our contracts and sales processes together, so we can rethink, review, and redefine KPIs.”
“We’ve already seen the benefits of Celonis in our Order-to-Cash and Procure-to-Pay functions, where we can now look at how many different process variants we have, and correct step-outs from standard processes on a global scale.”