SAP Techniversity

SAP Techniversity is Back in Bangalore with its 4th Edition

WALLDORFSAP today announced that SAP Techniversity Bangalore, the annual premier SAP technology, education, and training conference created expressly for students will be hosted at the Bangalore International Exhibition Center on March 12. This year, 1500 student attendees will experience how SAP drives innovation to the digital enterprise and how they can make a difference.

The event kicks off with the launch of the SAP Student MeetUp program, a new initiative in which SAP is opening its offices and innovation centers as hubs for university students to explore and engage with SAP leaders and SAP’s latest technologies.

“SAP Student MeetUp is an initiative run by students for students, bringing together students and experts to explore solutions including SAP HANA in a fun and engaging environment at SAP offices and innovation centers,” said Ann Rosenberg, Vice President and Global Head of University Alliances. “We are passionate about early talent and their potential to contribute to and extend the SAP innovation story. Students will get to know us better and see SAP as a leader driving the future of the digital enterprise.”

SAP is an enabler for organizations to deliver unprecedented speed, insight, and innovation in business. Students and professors will learn how they can help shape the Future of Work empowered by SAP. This is the fourth series of SAP Techniversity which started in 2012, in which over 12,000 students from across India have experienced and been inspired by the latest SAP technologies.

To read more about SAP Techniversity 2015, please visit http://www.sapteched.com/2015/india/activities/techniversity.htm

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Media Contacts:
Rathnam Subramanyam, SAP Labs India, +91 7829411779, rathnam.subramanyam@sap.com, IST
Sandeep Deb Varman, Genesis Burson-Marsteller, +91 9916020191, Sandeep.varman@bm.com, IST

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