SAP to increase headcount

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 19 February 2007, 06:00 Hrs
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Enterprise business solutions major SAP India has announced plans of doubling its headcount for the in the country from 3,500 to 7,000 in three years.

Alan Sedghi, President and CEO of SAP added that the company was hopeful to increase its customers base as well to 15,000 companies by that time. Currently, the company has 1,400 clients in the Asia-Pacific region.

While a majority of the projected customer base would comprise small and medium business enterprises (SMEs)- 60 percent, Sedghi said that SAP India was looking forward to an undisputed leadership in the emerging market for business process solutions. "In India, our focus is to be present in the Fortune 2,000 and the Fortune 2,00,000 companies," he added. SMEs currently account for 35 percent of the total revenue of SAP India.

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