Rabat – SAP is offering mentorships in the sectors of finance, logistics, business intelligence and human resources to African IT graduates and young entrepreneur.
SAP’s innovations involve enterprise application software and cloud-computing.
In line with its initiative -“SAP Skills for Africa”- SAP is set to provide software and business-related training to African young entrepreneur and IT graduates in Africa.
For its market growth, SAP is devising a win-win strategy by welcoming newbies to its ecosystem, accelerating its revenues in the IT market and responding more effectively to the demands of its customers in the African continent, according to SAP website.
SAP opened its regional office for “Francophone-Africa” in Casablanca in 2016 to increase its innovative investments in African countries through offering mentorship in the domains of finance, logistics, business intelligence and human resources, and by selling and distributing its software.
SAP also seeks to strengthen its business partnerships, focusing on cloud-based products in the African continent including Morocco.
Founded in 1972 by five German entrepreneurs and headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, SAP is a global business and customer-oriented software corporation specialized in information technology (IT).
The company operates on the spheres of energy, financial services, natural resources, public sectors, and telecommunications, and deals with 345,000 customers from 180 regional offices in different countries across the globe.