It was followed by the VC Dr.R.Radhakrishnan who stressed the need to move forward in educational alliance and set an example for other Universities. He informed that MBA students would be trained in System Application Product (SAP) in Data Processing Business One software crucial to manage a Small and Medium Industry (SME), by Infospectrum, with the University providing the infrastructure. He emphasised that this programme was only the starting point in a slew of academic alliances.
Cal Kailasam, Vice-President, Infospectrum, Chennai, was of the view that there will be a great demand for SAP Bone consultants in the future. He mentioned that the course was tailor made for the final and pre-final year MBA, MCA, B.E., B. Tech, M. Sc., B.Sc., M.E and M. Tech students to kickstart a wonderful career.
Rohit Bhalla, Director, SAP Education India, said that the programme would attract a talented student pool and also Information Technology Companies when they came for campus interviews. He presented the modus operandi of the programme, its objectives and advantages. He also demonstrated the position of InfoSpectrum in the SAP industry and a few operations in SAP software.
At the fag end of the programme, feedback was sought from the colleges. After answering the queries of the faculty members on the programme, the alliance of Info Spectrum hosted the gathering to a sumptous lunch.