The president of the Instituto Ayrton Senna, Viviane Senna, and Cristina Palmaka, president of SAP, signed the contract for the acquisition of SAP Business One management solution on Wednesday in Sao Paulo. The choice of the new system was made after thorough analysis of the main market players to ensure greater transparency, control and security for the information and the institution’s contracts.


“The choice of SAP B1 was driven by strong adherence to the processes of the Ayrton Senna Institute and have met the established criteria of usability, functionality, maintainability and integrity.

The expected result is to automate and integrate all modules of Backoffice in order to support the operation of the areas involved, bringing efficiency gains and enabling greater control of management, “said Marcello Tafner, corporate director of Instituto Ayrton Senna.

“We are extremely happy to extend our work with the great value for society organizations, such as the Ayrton Senna Institute.It’s a great satisfaction to contribute to cutting-edge technology solution to assist in the future planning of the institution, providing more visibility into their processes also among its backers.”

-Priscilla Jones, Sales Director of Business One SAP Brazil.

One of the main objectives of the Institute Ayrton Senna with the implementation of Business One, as well as optimization of backoffice, is to increase transparency and control of contract management processes, both with suppliers and with service providers.

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source/photo: Ayrton Senna Institute