Swicon360 set to shine as Silver sponsor at Saphila Conference
The Saphila Conference 2010 scheduled for November at Sun City will provide an effective platform from which to raise and discuss key issues affecting the Human Capital Management industry.
By: Microzone PR
Swicon360, in association with partners Vodacom Business and Novell, will be represented as a Silver sponsor at the event, which is co-hosted by The African SAP User Group and SAP South Africa.
BasisOne, an established South African SAP technical specialist organisation and member of the Swicon360 group of companies, will also be represented as a sponsor at the event.
Earlier this year experts at Swicon360 deepened the company’s local market footprint within the competitive HR, payroll and HCM industries when it launched an SAP-based HCM Solution as a Service.
This offering reinforced the company’s value to the SAP application and infrastructure investment market as the only SAP certified HCM Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) solution provider in Africa.
Markus Bucher, CEO, Swicon360, says there are a number of important and attractive features that make up the agenda at this year’s event. The opportunity to engage with other industry leaders, global representatives and market specialists was one the company could not pass up.
As a Silver sponsor Swicon360 automatically qualifies for a range of value-added benefits that will elevate its profile at the event and generate exposure amongst attendees.
Bucher is excited about the level of discussion that event organisers have highlighted.
“The list of scheduled keynote addresses from SAP AG’s executive team and other business leaders is impressive and includes over eighty individual presentations, with input from global speakers. Saphila offers insight into how technology is being used, what the challenges are and the implications for clients, service providers and other stakeholders,”
However Bucher and representatives from Swicon360’s executive management are particularly interested in discussion around the provision of holistic BPO services via the virtual environment or via cloud-based infrastructure. This emerging trend is one of the main focal points of the Conference.
“The message that we have communicated to the market and one that we continue to support and endorse is that the advent of cloud-based, virtual infrastructure to deliver BPO services and support Human Capital Management (HCM) represents genuine progress in this competitive field. It is a natural step forward in the evolution of the industry and represents a very prominent, potentially lucrative area of process outsourcing and technology application,”
For more information and to register, click through to the Saphila website on www.saphila.co.za