Hyderabad, Nov 15 (UNI) Business software provider SAP India today said it would complete the acquisition of Hyderabad-based Yash Technologies in November 2007 and planned to enter tier III and tier IV cities in Andhra Pradesh as part of its expansion plans.
In a release here, SAP India Regional Director (South) Rajagopal Balakrishnan said the company targeted aggressive growth across the segments in Andhra Pradesh and had achieved more than 100 customer partnerships in the state, after announcing the completion of its eight modules in a record of five months at Gulf Oil Corporation Limited (GOCL), a Hinduja Group company here.
The company had added 50 plus customers in 2007 in the state.
"To tap the global opportunities and to streamline operations, enterprises in Andhra Pradesh are adopting enterprise software solutions. SAP is witnessing that large, medium and small enterprises across Andhra Pradesh fast adopting software solutions.
The company, with its broad range of solutions for all enterprises and over 26 vertical specific solutions, is well poised to be the preferred enterprise software solutions vendor for enterprises in Andhra Pradesh." Realising the tremendous growth potential in the state, the company, part of 9.5 billion Euro German major said it had increased its reach in tier III and IV cities, including Warangal, Visakhapatnam, Guntur and Vijayawada. SAP India had also opened seven SAP Eduction Centres across Hyderabad, Warangal, Guntur, Tirupati, Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada.
These training centres were well poised to train and develop SAP certified professionals.
To cater to the growing needs of small enterpirses, SAP India had also opened two 'SAP Business One Learning Centres' in Visakhapatnam and Hyderabad and was planning four such centres in Hyderabad next year.