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Wipro best suited for large-scale SAP projects: Forrester

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Bangalore , Oct. 28

FORRESTER Research Inc, in an independent survey, has ranked Wipro Technologies, the global IT services division of Wipro Ltd as the "leader best suited for large-scale, global SAP projects."

Forrester evaluated Wipro's current offering and strategy against eight other Indian vendors providing SAP services and reported that Wipro emerged impressive in terms of the number and complexity of global rollouts and implementations, as well as its approach to and investment in SAP centres of excellence (COEs), said a Wipro press release.

It recommended Wipro for buyers who require global rollout skills, or those looking for innovation or SAP-sponsored customisation.

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