New software platform designed to support businesses in renewable industries


A quarter of Australia’s energy came from renewable sources in 2020 and the sector has the potential to create 20,000 new jobs over the next five years, according to the University of Technology Sydney’s Institute for Sustainable Futures.

Creating local jobs while helping Australian clean energy providers change the world, DyFlex Green Energy Solutions offers a fully-integrated ERP platform – especially designed to serve the renewables sector.

“The future of energy is clean and Australia has the opportunity to lead the world – all while delivering a sustainable economic boom and creating local jobs,” says DyFlex Managing Director Peter Lander.

“This is why we have developed software specifically designed to support businesses within the renewables industry. We are doing our part to drive a fast-growing industry that will deliver jobs and strong economic growth for Australia.”

A SAP Gold Partner, headquartered in Western Australia, DyFlex Solutions has long been a key supplier to the country’s natural resources sector. As international policy, private sector interests and consumer demand all align to back clean energy, DyFlex Solutions is bringing its expertise to the booming renewables sector to help tackle its biggest challenges.

“Unlike other industry transitions such as automotive manufacturing and steel smelting, which saw many jobs move offshore, the transition to renewable energy can actually create jobs in Australia”, says Lander.

The platform is powered by SAP Business ByDesign, which is built specifically for growing businesses and was recently positioned as a Niche Player in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. It offers a range of organisations, including start-ups and joint ventures, the ability to better manage people – including field staff, inventory, finances, suppliers, logistics and reporting from one connected and automated cloud-based system.

SAP is a long-time supporter of clean energy. In January 2015, it became one of the first companies to join the RE100 initiative, joining the world’s most influential businesses in committing to 100% usage of renewable electricity in all its data centres and facilities worldwide.