target software solution GmbH and EPI-USE America, Inc. sign reseller agreement for SAP Add-On target Idea Management
At the end of 2007, only a few weeks after signing the reseller agreement a customer with more than 35,000 employees in the public sector of the United States of America has signed a contract for target Idea Management. EPI-USE will start the implementation project early 2008.
target Idea Management is a standard product that supports all phases of the idea management process. It was specifically developed for the use with SAP ERP Human Capital Management and successfully certified by SAP as an Add-On for SAP’S ERP system. The software is in use for more than 500,000 employees worldwide. Customers include companies like Audi, Bayer, Henkel, Lufthansa, Porsche, SAP, Swiss Post and Volkswagen Navarra.
EPI-USE is an affiliation of companies operating in South Africa, the United Kingdom, Europe, Latin America, and North America. Customers of EPI-USE America, Inc., Atlanta, include Continental Teves, Florida Power & Light, Methodist Healthcare, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania und die Robert Bosch Corporation.
EPI-USE is a worldwide provider of technology solutions, specializing in implementation and integration of enterprise software and the development of tools to enhance the use of existing systems. As an SAP Services Partner, EPI-USE specializes in the field of HR as well as the technology surrounding the NetWeaver platform. For more information on EPI-USE products or services see www.epiuse.com. EPI-USE is privately held with North American headquarters in Atlanta.
EPI-USE also have global resources via membership in Magnisol (www.magnisol.com) a company formed to offer international clients with local SAP specialists in locations around the world.
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