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SAP contract

This contract offers easy access to a wide range of SAP cloud products and services.


This contract offers easy access to a wide range of SAP cloud products and services. Included in the scope of products amongst other things is SuccessFactors (Human Capital Management), Intelligent Spend Management (Ariba & Fieldglass), Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Automation.

Lead agency: Department of Government Services

Conditions of use: Non-Mandatory

Contract reference number: DGS-ICT-02-2023

Arrangement type: Sole Supplier

Start date: 31 May 2023

End date: 31 May 2028

Key Benefits

The major benefits of this contract include:

  • a simple method to procure products with agreed contract terms
  • cost-effective discounts across the Victorian government
  • access to a secure cloud environment.

What’s covered?

This contract covers the following System Analysis Program products:

Product PortfolioIncludes
SuccessFactorsHuman Resources, Payroll, Recruitment, On-boarding, Performance and Talent Management.
SAP Analytics Cloud Data and Analytics.
Business Technology Platform Integration Suite, Work Zone and Automation.
FieldglassContingent Workforce Management.
AribaProcurement, Spend Management and Travel Expenses.
S/4 HANASAP Cloud ERP (includes Finance, Manufacturing, HR, Supply Chain, procurement), Tax and Payment Processing and Treasury and Risk Management.
SignavioBusiness Process Modelling and Governance.

This contract has the ability to add more products if required.

Supplier Details

Name: SAP Australia Pty Ltd
ACN: 003 682 504
Address: Level 13, 1 Denison Street, North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2060
Website: Link
Contact name: Nick Harris
Role: Senior Account Executive, Public Sector - Southern States
Mobile:0405 453 669

How buyers join this contract

Buyers need to request access to the Digital Marketplace to join this contract.

Step 1. Find the products you need

Get contract and pricing information through the Digital MarketplaceExternal Link .

If the products you want to purchase are not covered under the SPC, contact the category manager and ask to have the products included in the SPC.

This will take some time, so contact the category manager as soon as you have identified the requirement to add additional products.

Step 2. Conduct a price review

When you have a quote from SAP, conduct a desktop analysis to compare the chosen product price and any associated costs with other sources.

The prices shown in the contract are the maximum prices and buyers should always consider if there is an opportunity to negotiate a lower price.

When the pricing and scope have been agreed, follow your local Agency procurement process to seek approval.

Step 3. Get approval

Follow local Agency procurement process to seek approval of the quote outcome from Digital Marketplace.

Step 4. Return approved quote to SAP

Following approval, return approved quote to SAP.

Reviewed 07 August 2023

Buying for Victoria

Primary contact

Michael Kony Department of Government Services

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