UMT Consulting SA rebrands as TPG Africa
INDUSTRY| July 18, 2012, 7:21 a.m.
UMT Consulting SA, a local Project, Program and Project Portfolio Management (PPPM) solutions provider, has announced that it has joined forces with TPG The Project Group (GmbH) in Germany, a provider of Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solutions and services, and has been rebranded as TPG Africa.
The Company’s CEO Pieter Meyer says the deal is the culmination of close co-operation over several years between UMT Consulting SA and TPG Germany. “Working together, the two companies boast numerous joint implementations and have offered integrated solutions to a large number of top South African organisations.”
He says TPG The Project Group is a leading global provider of products and services related to the Microsoft EPM solution and the world leader in integration between Microsoft EPM and SAP. “Now that the acquisition is concluded, the co-operation has become even more comprehensive, covering not only the SAP integration products, but also other TPG products, consulting, training and product development.”
“The ‘Africa’ part of our new team signifies the intent of TPG Africa to significantly expand our footprint on the African continent,” he concludes.
The new website address is www.theprojectgroup.co.za and for more information contact TPG Africa at firstname.lastname@example.org
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