SAP today announced a four-year plan worth US$450 million (AED1.65 billion) to up-skill local talent and drive sustainable innovation and growth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The decision highlights the region as a fast-growth market and an integral part of the company’s overall business strategy. Read the press release.
SAP Announces Four-Year US$450 Million Additional Spend in MENA
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