Healthcare solutions company LetsGetChecked has chosen RISE with SAP S/4HANA Cloud as it prepares for an overhaul and a go-live later this year.
London-based software company Sapphire Systems will be supporting LetsGetChecked and SAP with the project.
The initial project is anticipated to be live in December 2022, with rollout to the company’s laboratories to follow in phase two.
Gary Fitzgerald, Group Financial Controller of LetsGetChecked, says SAP S/4 HANA Cloud “delivers automation, simplifies business processes in the cloud, provides real-time business insights and visibility of the entire sales, inventory and fulfilment lifecycle”.
He adds: “Complementing the platform, Sapphire Systems understands all our complexities and specific needs. Their team worked closely with us to scope out the right project methodology and expedite performance.”
According to SAP, LetsGetChecked used cloud accounting application Xero since its inception. Following an evaluation of the market, LetsGetChecked selected SAP S/4HANA Cloud from a shortlist comprising Netsuite and Microsoft.
Sapphire Systems was chosen as the deployment partner based on “experience and expertise on similar projects”.
LetsGetChecked is available nationwide in the US, the UK and “most EU countries”. It is co-headquartered in Dublin and New York.
The healthcare firm seems to be in a healthy state of affairs. It secured $71 million (£52 million) in Series C funding and opened its first privately owned laboratory in Monrovia, California.
LetsGetChecked then closed a $150 million (£110 million) Series D round of financing in June 2021, which brought the total capital raised to more than $260 million (£191 million).
LetsGetChecked provides tools to manage health from home through access to diagnostic testing, virtual care and medication delivery. Its model includes manufacturing, logistics, lab analysis, physician support and prescription fulfilment.
To date, LetsGetChecked has delivered nearly three million tests and worked with more than 300 corporate customers with testing services and biometric screening solutions since it was founded in 2015.
In other news, last year SAP announced the global launch of SAP Fioneer, a joint venture with German tech investor Dediq for the financial services industry.