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Seeburger signs with Singapore's BPM Consulting

AvantiKumar | Sept. 25, 2013
With its regional headquarters in Malaysia, Seeburger's James Hatcher says the company's new partnerships will fuel growth.

James Hatcher, Managing Director, SEEBURGER APAC modified

Photo  - James Hatcher, Regional Director, Seeburger Asia Pacific.

With its regional headquarters in Malaysia, German managed file transfer specialist Seeburger has signed with Singapore-based BPM Consulting to extend its business-to-business communication and file transfer solutions into the Singapore, Sri Lanka and Indian markets.

Seeburger Asia Pacific regional director James Hatcher said: "Leveraging Malaysia as the heart of its business operation in Asia, Seeburger will continue to actively seek synergistic partners to drive our business growth in this region."

"Partnering with BPM Consulting allows Seeburger to tap into their existing SAP-based customer base where Seeburger fills the gap and SAP market demand for MFT solutions to secure their B2B [business to business] communications," said Hatcher.

"In 2012, BPM Consulting reported gross revenue of close to RM10 million [US$3.16 million] and is expecting positive growth through this partnership with Seeburger this year," said BPM Consulting chief executive officer, Ramaraju Parthasarathy.

"Seeburger's reputation for seamless SAP solution integration with MFT solutions gives us a strong positioning to help our customers to best optimise their SAP investments," said Parthasarathy.

Seeburger's Hatcher said the company is already present in China, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand and Australia.

 "Asia Pacific IT landscape continues to grow especially with Sri Lanka's IT market emerging rapidly in parallel with the nation's current modernisation of business infrastructure to support stronger economic growth," he said "The vast experience of BPM Consulting in IT business dealings yields great potential for Seeburger to capture market share in Singapore, Sri Lanka and India."


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