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2006

sa.global strengthens its offshore development capabilities

Bangalore, India, 17 September 2006

sa.global has expanded its operations in Bangalore, India, through opening yet another office in the Silicon Valley of India to accommodate the growing strength of its offshore development team. The company now has a total of 5 offices in Bangalore.

A number of new deals that the company recently won as well as new extended contracts from Microsoft Corporation to develop enhancements and localisations for Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics GP, are the catalyst for this move.

The new office will mark sa.global's first foray into implementation and consulting in the Indian market. In the 16 years since inception in 1990, the company has been involved in implementation and consulting on Microsoft products in Europe, Latin America and USA. sa.global's aim is to further expand it’s operations in India by a further 30% within the next quarter.

Stephen James, Managing Director, sa.global: “The expansion of our Asia-Pacific Centre of Excellence will allow us to be able to service expected growth world-wide. The decision to begin implementation and consulting in the Indian market will also allow us to leverage our industry knowledge, in this case discrete manufacturing, to this part of the world.”

Growth for sa.global
sa.global are development and implementation specialists in the field of Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics GP. The expansion now enables the company to further expand on the offshore development and support for it’s world-wide operations.

sa.global has grown considerably in the last few years. During the past year it has extended it’s operations to Brazil and USA. Through these new offices the company can now offer local support to local customers. The new offices fit in with the company’s policy of expanding through organic growth to a new geography whenever the number of customers reached a critical point. sa.global is expected to continue to expand in this way.

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