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Presence of IT wins big at SAP APJ partner awards

03 Feb 16

Presence of IT has been recognised as one of SAP’s top Asia Pacific partners, scooping up an SAP APJ Partner Excellence Award 2016 for SAP SuccessFactors Solutions.

The win is the second consecutive win for Presence of IT, with the awards based on internal SAP sales data.

The HR/payroll and workforce management solutions provider received its award at the annual SAP Field Kick-Off sales meeting in Singapore.

Shane Grobler, Presence of IT chief executive, says “We’ve had a strong history of successful SAP and SuccessFactors implementations and this recognition further cements our position as a leader in [the] HCM market.”

The company says it has the highest number of live projects in 2015.

“With continued strong joint engagement with SAP, Presence of IT expects to see continued success with SAP SuccessFactors in 2016.”

Anthony McMahon, SAP APJ senior vice president of global channels and general business, says the award is testament to the ‘amazing work and value that Presence of IT continues to deliver’.

“Together with our partners, we deliver simple solutions for growing companies,” McMahon says.

“As we move into 2016, we look forward to continuing to support our partners to grow their opportunities with SAP ad to jointly deliver value for our customers,” he adds.

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