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Digital Transformation Press Release

Nokia And Celonis Announce Collaboration

Celonis and Nokia announced a collaboration to develop and create new standards of excellence across multiple business processes.

As part of the collaboration, Nokia will leverage company-wide deployment of the Celonis Execution Management System (EMS). Nokia also plans to develop Execution Apps, and to make these publicly available on the Celonis EMS Store.

Marco Wirén, CFO at Nokia, commented: “With our partnership with Celonis, we are focusing on driving digital process transformation right across Nokia through continuous improvement. This includes enterprise-wide enhancements to automation levels, transparency, accountability, simplicity, and cost-efficiency.”

Nokia first initiated a Celonis pilot program in November 2020 covering processes for order to invoice, source to pay, and accounts payable. The initial value identified convinced Nokia to expand its use of Celonis across the company. In a company-wide rollout, Nokia is now implementing Celonis’ accounts receivable, accounts payable, and order management Execution Apps. These empower business users to apply data and intelligence to their processes without swapping out or changing underlying transaction systems.

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