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Satyam to double its certified consultants

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BANGALORE: Satyam Computer Services Ltd., a leading global and information technology services company, announced the launch of a SAP training academy as part of an agreement with SAP India. The academy will train Satyam professionals in current and future SAP solutions to develop a large pool of consultants certified on SAP solutions (additional 1,500 plus) over the next two years.

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SAP India will provide specially designed training modules for basic and advanced education in SAP solutions. Leading trainers from around the globe will lead the sessions at the Satyam learning centers, created specifically for these kinds of programs. Satyam professionals --both experts in SAP solutions and other domains--with strong technical capabilities and experience in various industries will qualify for this program.

“We look forward to creating a pool of SAP specialists by providing our associates a world-class platform to develop the requisite skills and knowledge on SAP products,” said Manish Mehta, director and senior vice president at Satyam. “With its customized training modules, this initiative will enable Satyam to offer customers innovative solutions. It will also allow the organization to feature consistent availability of cutting-edge, SAP solution-based skill sets” he added.

Satyam, market leader in SAP, with over 3,000 Associates in this practice and a large customer base. This large-scale training initiative reinforces Satyam’s strategy to bolster its expertise in SAP solutions and aligns with the growing demand for cutting-edge SAP professionals in the global marketplace.

“As enterprises globally are adopting SAP solutions to achieve growth through innovation, Satyam, as a key partner of ours, is undertaking various initiatives to significantly ramp up its capabilities in delivering business-critical SAP solutions to customers and meet this growing market demand,” said Alan Sedghi, president and CEO, SAP Indian Sub Continent.

“Through Satyam’s training academy, it will develop a large pool of certified consultants--including more than 750 trained on different components of the SAP NetWeaver platform. This will enable Satyam to take advantage of the growing worldwide momentum for SAP NetWeaver and the enterprise services architecture” he added.

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