Runbook Officials Visit Cyberpark

They discuss the possibilities and advantages of setting up of the centre in Kozhikode and, particularly, at UL Cyberpark

Published: 16th October 2015 04:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th October 2015 04:42 AM   |  A+A-

Runbook

KOZHIKODE:As part of their global Research and Development expansion, a team of officials from Runbook, a world leader in financial software and advanced financial analytics using advanced versions of SAP tools,  visited the UL Cyberpark.

 The company headquartered in the Netherlands is focusing on SAP HANA, an in-memory computing platform. Runbook represented by Herman Heller, CEO, Rob Leesberg, CTO,  Joe Kuncharia, Vice President - US Operations and  Rajeesh Maninchery, Program Manager met with UL Cyberpark officials including Abhilash Kumar Y, CEO, Kishor Kumar, Manager -Administration and leadership team. The teams discussed the possibilities and advantages of setting up Runbook Development Center in Kozhikode and particularly in UL Cyber Park.

 Later in a press statement issued here, UL Cyberpark officials said that the leadership of Runbook was very impressed with the building and its facilities.

They have planned to start a center in UL Cyber Park which would be a great leap in the journey of making Kozhikode as the next IT destination of Kerala, the statement reads.

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