EOH accelerates its investments in Turkey
EOH, Africa’s leading provider of information and communication technologies, continues its operations in Turkey by making resolute steps. EOH already operates globally through local offices in 23 countries, including Turkey. EOH Turkey General Manager Safa Haktanır evaluated the activities of the technology giant in Turkey, which has opened with 11,500 employees.
“We have been focusing on expanding our presence in the African continent for the past two years, and now in the Middle East and beyond,” said Haktanir, stated that EOH has been serving in the South African market since 1998. The company currently operates across 32 countries in Africa and 23 more outside Africa. “Currently, we have determined Turkey for its promising future and attractiveness to expand our investment activities.”
Explaining that EOH’s journey in Turkey started in 2016, Haktanir expressed Turkey’s position as a strategic growth area in terms of international trade activities.
‘Growth w ll be pos t vely reflected n the SAP ecosystem’>
“Our presence in Turkey has reached more than 600 permanent employees and we plan to increase this number in the near future. The two leading brands of the SAP partnership eco-system in our country, ACRON Bilisim and Cozumevi were the first companies for us to go into business together in this process. Subsequently, the aSAY Group, which stands out with its integrated solutions and expertise in the Internet of Things, also has Vodafone Gold Partner certification, and was included in our family.” Finally, the first steps were taken to join the specialist Lineris in SAP Hybris, CRM and Cloud. In this regard, EOH is one of the most important players in the SAP eco-system in Turkey and aims to grow in this direction.
“When we evaluate the products and services we offer to our customers in terms of productivity-oriented products and services, I think that this growth will also be positively reflected in the SAP eco-system,” Haktanir added.
‘We w ll focus on serv ce exports and product exports from Turkey’
He said that with the operations that are developing in Turkey, the company’s income in consulting and licensing areas will increase, especially in the public sector. “We will focus on service exports and product exports from Turkey. Together with our global service provider role, we will continue to meet the sector needs globally and remotely with the contributions of our business partners in our country,” Haktanir said. “Our deep industry experience and the performance of our business partners will contribute in a significant way. In addition, we will increase our operations in Africa and other markets we do business with.”