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Thứ Ba, 24 tháng 9, 2013

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Youth unemployment is put at 28.3 percent in the Middle East, 23.7 percent in North Africa and 18 percent in Europe. The unemployment rates have been hinted as being responsible for unrest in some of the countries. SAP is looking to tackle both unemployment and to grow its market share in a number of countries through training of young people.

SAP Senior Vice President, Ecosystems and Channels in Europe, Middle East and Africa, Luis Murguia says that SAP's has programmes such as the Skills for Africa program in Africa, which looks to train 4,000 people annually.

In Kenya, SAP are already working with Techno Brain in what Murguia describes as a university for IT skills. The reason SAP is not growing in the Middle East region is because there were few people capable of implementing SAP, hence the training. In Turkey, SAP is working with 14 universities.

The SVP further revealed that of 17,000 people that has been trained by SAP, with 73 percent of them finding jobs afterwards.

Dennis Mbuvi

Dennis Mbuvi has been writing at CIO East Africa Magazine and since May 2010. His key focus is the use of technology to solve day to day business challenges and product reviews. Mbuvi has been invited to speak at various IT, Telecom and Media events in the region. He was also a keynote speaker at the inaugural Joomla day in Kenya talking on possibilities of the Joomla Content Management System. Mbuvi holds a B.Sc in Computer Science degree from Kenyatta University. He is on Twitter as @denniskioko

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