SECUDE implemented its HALOCORE solution at the Research Centre Imarat (RCI), a leading laboratory for the Defence Research & Development Organisation (Ministry of Defence, India). The organization is responsible for R&D of missile systems, guided weapons and advanced avionics for the Indian Armed Forces.
Swiss company SECUDE, which specializes in providing security for SAP (Systems Applications and Products) software, expects more orders from the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) after the successful implementation of its software at DRDO’s Research Centre Imarat, Hyderabad (RCI).
The SAP Integration and Certification Center has certified that HALOCORE 4.3 integrates with SAP S/4HANA using standard technologies. Also, the new version of the data security solution enables SAP users to monitor machine-to-machine communication. SECUDE’s collaboration with SAP is key to HALOCORE's effectiveness.
SECUDE appointed Ramakrishnan Ramani as new Head of global Marketing and Communications. Ramakrishnan will be based at the company’s Chennai office and will report to directly to Mr. Holger Hügel, Vice President Products and Services. Ramakrishnan has over 15 years of experience in journalism and communication.
SECUDE announced the appointment of Mr. Holger Hügel as Vice President & Head of Global Product Management & Services for Europe, Middle East, and Asia. He would report directly to the Chairman, Dr. Heiner Kromer. Holger has 16+ years of experience in the SAP market. He will work from the company's Walldorf office.
SECUDE announced the appointment of Mr. Andreas Opfer as Managing Director and Head of Sales for Europe, Middle East, and Asia (EMEA). He would be reporting directly to the Chairman of SECUDE AG, Dr. Heiner Kromer. Andreas brings with him over 20 years of core sales experience, many of which have been focused on SAP.
SECUDE expands its presence through partnership with DETECH as Exclusive Distributor for Turkey. Founded in 2002, Detech introduces the innovative IT technologies to the business environment of Turkey. Companies in Turkey increasingly use SAP and are looking for ways to secure sensitive IP beyond the ERP system.