General Authority for Military Industries

Adopting SAP best & local practices


Client Background

The General Authority for Military Industries was established in accordance with the resolution of the Saudi Council of Ministers in August 2017. It embodies Saudi Arabia’s aspiration to develop national military manufacturing capabilities. The Authority is the regulating body for the military industries sector in the Kingdom and is responsible for its development and monitoring its performance.


Business challenges


No clear processes

The absence of the clear business processes and procedures was the biggest challenge, SNS successfully helped GAMI to adopt the SAP Best and local Practices.


Software adoption

Adopting the MoF New Chart of Account and the Parallel ledgers for Cash and Accrual.


Adopting new regulations

Adopting the New Government Procurement regulations.

Key points

How SNS helped

  • Automated Application Process
    SNS is to help Seven to build their Digital Platform to automate the application process for Finance, HR, Sourcing, Procurement and Project.
  • Agile Methodology
    SNS is followed a proven and recommended agile methodology from SAP called SAP Activate which guides effectively for the deployment for on-premises and on-cloud solution./li>


What value did SNS deliver?

Here’s an overview of the value we delivered for this project:

S/4hana, SuccessFactors and Ariba

Completed the Business process design phase with a high satisfaction degree and built a full automated digital with S/4hana, SuccessFactors and Ariba.

4 SuccessFactors modules

SNS delivered 4 SuccessFactors modules including Employee Central, Recruiting, Onboarding, LMS, Offboarding and EC Payroll.

6 months

All systems went live with 6 months.

MoF Chart of Account

We have implemented the MoF new Chart of Account

Parallel ledgers

We have implemented Parallel ledgers for Cash and Accrual with full consolidations between the two ledgers


We have integrated payroll with MoF Unified Government Payroll (UGP)

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