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ITC Infotech, SAP Partner to Provide End-to-End Services to Clients in South Africa
IT News Online Staff

ITC Infotech, an IT services and solutions company and a unit of ITC Ltd., has partnered with SAP to provide end-to-end services to clients in South Africa.

ITC Infotech's services for the South African market will also focus on niche SAP solutions for Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Enterprise Information Management, Business Intelligence and Sustainability.

Desmond Nair, Ecosystems and Channel Director, SAP Africa, said, "ITC Infotech has extended their global partnership into Africa as they have seen the growing potential of this continent. We will be working together to extend the EPM solutions in the banking and mining space."

ITC Infotech is an SAP Gold partner and recently it also became a local SAP services partner in South Africa. Leveraging on the SAP partnership, ITC Infotech will provide services across industries and has already gained valuable customers in the field of banking and mineral exploration & development.

Hardeep Singh Garewal, President - EMEA Operations, ITC Infotech, said, "Our deep expertise in SAP technologies and long-standing relationship with SAP will immensely benefit companies in South Africa. ITC Infotech has already made significant inroads into this emerging market. We are confident that we will collectively catalyse the growth of the companies in this region by providing best-in-class solutions."

South African companies can significantly optimize their operations with solutions like supply chain performance management, spend performance management and sales and operations planning, all of which ITC Infotech is well-equipped to provide through this extended partnership.

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