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wefunk (Americas) Inc. selects Illumiti and SAP® Business ByDesign™ to help manage growth

December 17, 2013

Illumiti today announced that wefunk (Americas) Inc. has selected the SAP® Business ByDesign™ solution as its business management software platform and Illumiti as its implementation partner.

wefunk is well-known as a leading designer, manufacturer and innovator in the skateboarding industry. For over a decade, wefunk has been creating “Space Time Bending Machines” – rideable works of art that have remained the benchmarks for innovation and performance in the skateboarding world under the watchful eye of its founder and Formula 1 composites technician, industrial designer and master board builder Alexander Luxat.

SAP Business ByDesign is a fully integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution designed to help small and mid-sized companies manage their business operations. SAP Business ByDesign will provide wefunk with the robust and comprehensive solution needed to help manage its growing business operations across North America.

“We feel that wefunk is on the cusp of tremendous growth,” said Leslie Huszti, President and CEO, wefunk (Americas) Inc. “We have a game-changing new product line that we will be launching early this year that will revolutionize the long-boarding industry. We are pleased to be doing business with SAP and confident that Illumiti will deliver the results we need and that SAP Business ByDesign will provide us with the virtual access and scalability we will need to support this growth.”

Particular areas of focus for wefunk’s implementation of SAP Business ByDesign will include customer relationship management (CRM), partner relationship management (PRM), product lifecycle management (PLM), financial management, logistics and inventory management, as well as team collaboration via the SAP StreamWork™ application. wefunk (Americas) is expected to begin its implementation in January 2012 with a projected completion date of March 2012.

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