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SAP to help Bangladesh enterprises run better

Posted in Bangladesh, Business, Computer, Corporate, Dhaka, IT, Software by Sherpa Hossainy on July 30, 2011

Published in The Independent on 28 July 2011

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Leading German enterprise application software company SAP AG on Wednesday announced the launch of its “run better solutions road show” in Bangladesh in a bid to deliver proficient and effective business outcomes for its customers here.

“The show aims to provide a platform for businesses to meet, learn, understand and interact with industry and solutions experts and other successful SAP customers,” said Deb Deep Sengupta, vice president, enterprise sales of SAP.

Enterprises across industries in Bangladesh are relying on SAP software and services to automate and gain better customer insights as well as enhance their global competitiveness, he added.

SAP felicitated nine Bangladeshi enterprises for their successful adoption of SAP enterprise solutions at the event held in Hotel Westin organised by Concito PR.

Leading customers in Bangladesh who use SAP platform include: Berger Paints Bangladesh Ltd, Viyellatex Ltd, Robi Axiata Ltd, Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Rahimafrooz Bangladesh Ltd, Gemcon Foods and Agricultural Products Ltd, Otobi Ltd, MGH Holdings Ltd, and Karnaphuli Fertiliser Company Ltd.

Peter Gartenberg, managing director of SAP, said, “We will focus on Bangladesh to deliver world class business solutions to enable enterprises of all sizes run better and achieve business excellence.”

SAP empowers people and organisations to work together efficiently and use business insight to stay ahead of the competition by extending the availability of software across on-premise installations, on-demand deployments, and mobile devices, he added.

Over the years, SAP has been involved with many projects across industry segments including telecom, banking and financial services, pharmaceuticals, textiles, ready-made garments, retail, real-estate and several diversified conglomerates.

SAP has invested in creating an ecosystem of partners including Optimal Solutions and Aamra Management Solutions Ltd to expand its footprint. SAP leads the enterprise applications market with its portfolio of flexible, cutting-edge solutions and continued innovation, Gartenberg said.

Sengupta said SAP’s power of people, products, and partners unleash growth and create significant new value for customers, and ultimately entire industries and the economy at large.

“The technology platform will allow customers and partners to gain insights for improved performance, efficiency for optimised operations and the flexibility to adjust to new business requirements,” he said.

SAP is headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, providing enterprise software applications and support to businesses of all sizes globally. SAP is the largest enterprise software company in the world, as of 2009 and best known for its SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP ERP) and SAP Business Objects software.

Founded in 1972, SAP (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing) has more than 109,000 customers worldwide and operating revenue of over €12.4 billion (2010). SAP employs more than 53,000 employees in more than 75 countries worldwide.


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    • Sherpa Hossainy said, on August 13, 2011 at 9:49 pm

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