Software and business technology producer SAP Romania recently opened its SAP Nearshore Center in Timisoara, Romania, which will supply premium consultancy services for clients in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
This is SAP’s second such center opened locally, after the one in Bucharest. The Timisoara center has a staff of 60, and SAP targets having 400 IT specialists working in the SAP Nearshore Centers in Romania by 2014, according to Valentin Tomşa, general manager of SAP România (in picture).
The Timisoara center will offer consultancy services mainly to customers in Austria, Switzerland and Germany, and to be employed in the center, a candidate has to hold university degree, have solid economic and technical knowledge and speak at least two foreign languages, one of which should be English.
“The opening of the SAP Nearshore Center in Romania proved to be a real success on the European market in a short time, with positive client feed back, which makes us confident in the future expansion of the Timisoara center,” said Stefan Breulmann, Head of EMEA Solution Center, SAP Vice President.
German company SAP ended 2012 with a global turnover of EUR 16.2 billion, while in Romania, the turnover was of EUR 23 million, up 40 percent on the year before. The company has over 232,000 clients worldwide and 400 in Romania.
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