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Red Commerce strengthens its presence in Germany and Switzerland

Red Commerce strengthens its presence in Germany and Switzerland

The global provider of SAP professionals expands its presence with new offices in Munich and Zurich

Red Commerce, a global provider of SAP Professionals is strengthening its presence in Germany and Switzerland with two new offices in Munich and Zurich. Germany is the most important SAP market in Europe and with sales of SAP expected to grow between 10%-14% in Germany in 2011, Red Commerce is strengthening its geographic footprint in line with SAP’s growth plans. Red Commerce currently supports 120 clients in Germany including renowned companies such as Bosch, and draws from its huge database of more than 43,000 German SAP specialists. The addition of a new subsidiary in Zurich, further enhances relationships and services to it& lsquo;s existing client base in the Alpine region.

To support the SAP community in the D-A-CH region (the German language territories) Red Commerce has also launched a German website which offers German speaking clients, employees, partners and other interested parties jobs, news, videos and other information in their native tongue. “Our new German website will help our clients find employees with profound SAP knowledge in the D-A-CH region”, explains Red Commerce’s Head of Marketing Graeme Fraser. Red Commerce has built a global candidate network of approximately 210,000 SAP experts from 80 countries and has successfully placed candidates in more than 1,000 companies in over 50 nations. It’s candidates consist of SAP developers, consultants and managers who are available for permanent and for contract roles. Fraser adds: “We recognize what makes a good candidate and can therefore perfectly match their skills, cultural and geographic backgrounds with the requirements of our clients. This is the basis of Red’s success.”

New manager of the Munich office will be Philipp Fischer-Gissot and Daniel Scott Practice Manager, Switzerland, will be managing the Zurich office.

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