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Medical textile player to introduce SAP HCM
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Dec '09
Winner Medical Group Inc a leading manufacturer and exporter of medical, wound care and home care products in China, announced that it will introduce SAP Human Capital Management on December 14, 2009 to systematize its human resource management. The Company will fully implement and operate the system throughout its headquarters and subsidiaries in June, 2010.

The SAP HCM software consists of many sub modules which include organization management, personnel administration, training and event management, recruitment, payroll, compensation management, budget management and so on. The software will provide the Company full functional information and solutions to forecast, retain and motivate talent aligned with the Company's long-term goals. The Company plans to implement and operate the system throughout its headquarters and subsidiaries in June 2010.

Jianquan Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Winner Medical, commented, "We are committed to introducing the most robust technology solutions to cultivate and motivate our intellectual talent. We launched the Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing Enterprise Resource Planning (or SAP ERP) system in 2006, with five modules, namely materials management, sales and distribution, production, financial accounting and controlling. This has enabled us to increase net income, reduce inventory turnover and account receivable period, as well as reduce unit product cost dramatically and significantly, as evidenced by the strong growth in 2009 earnings. We will continue to strengthen and optimize our current SAP ERP system to prudently manage our costs while providing us with additional long-term competitive advantages."

Winner Medical Group Inc

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