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Varian Medical Systems Uses SAP to Support Sustainability and Compliance With REACH and RoHS
Date:1/26/2012

a faster pace," said Snehashish Sarkar, senior manager, Enterprise, Varian Medical Systems. "RoHS and REACH regulations have definitely given an impetus to our sustainability efforts. Based on our philosophy, Varian not only wants to save lives but demonstrate its commitment to social and environmental causes. With SAP we have both furthered our corporate social responsibility goals and ensured that we can continue to do business as usual in the European Union beyond 2014."

The majority of Varian's important master data already resides in SAP systems, and the company uses SAP® Business Suite as its platform for manufacturing, procurement and sales. Selecting SAP solutions for sustainability and PLM was a natural choice. Another key differentiator for Varian was that by using SAP solutions across the board, it was able to more easily embed product compliance controls across company business processes. For example, many of Varian's customers want to understand the environmental and compliance status of the products they intend to buy from a RoHS point of view before they sign the purchase order. With integration between the SAP product compliance solution and Varian's SAP application for sales order management, the company is now able to do a compliance analysis and report immediately at the quotation stage.

"We believe that business can be equally committed to both sustainability and profitability, and our products are designed to make that possible," said Peter Graf, chief sustainability officer, SAP. "Companies like Varian are increasingly dedicated to a sustainable supply chain and products, for both environmental and financial reasons. Varian shows how one can achieve both goals with significant cost savings and return on investment."

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