Enkidu going live with SAP and MPU

Enkidu going live with SAP and MPU

By Ulyana Shtybel
1. April 2022.

In light of the humanitarian catastrophe that is unfolding in Ukraine, millions are in urgent need of medical help and this will likely continue in the nearest future.

To ensure the fastest and most efficient procurement of medicines and medical equipment for people of Ukraine, State Enterprise “Medical Procurement of Ukraine” has teamed up with NGO Enkidu Global. The NGO is implementing “Project “Enkidu,” an effort that will leverage market-leading, cloud-based procurement solutions from SAP to create a centralised platform for SE MPU to quickly and efficiently secure urgently needed supplies. SE MPU will tap into the SAP Business Network, which has more than 8 million connected companies, to quickly find and engage suppliers that can deliver essential goods. With SAP Ariba solutions for buying and invoicing with guided buying capabilities, MPU employees will be able to easily follow the organization’s procurement policies. These solutions donated to Enkidu Global by SAP will provide speed, efficiency and transparency required for all parties involved in the procurement and supply of medicine to Ukraine

Enkidu’s mission is to ensure Ukrainian people have access to the much-needed medical aid. We have developed a network of like-minded partners and work together towards this goal. These six ambulances are a tangible contribution to enable doctors to provide medical assistance and save lives.

Lukas Kuziv
Enkidu’s co-founder

Every day Ukrainian people are getting seriously injured and needing medical help. Nova Ukraine and USAS have supported Ukrainian crisis relief efforts since day 1 of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We will continue to ensure critically needed medical support is available for Ukraine.

Josh Pickering
USAS Director of Operations

Our Foundation has been very active in providing crisis relief for Ukraine. We have made numerous deliveries of food, medical supplies and other goods across Ukraine. We have delivered ambulances as far as Kharkiv and Kramatorsk despite the risks because we know how critically needed they are.

Marta Malecka
Director of “Be A Hero”.