Appsian Announces New Office Expansion
Increases its international presence enables Appsian to bring advanced data security and analytics applications to the Turkish and Middle Eastern markets
FREMONT, CA: Appsian, the leader in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) data security and compliance solutions, increases its international presence by launching a new office in Istanbul. The opening of the latest location will bring Appsian's advanced data security and analytics solutions for ERP applications, including SAP, PeopleSoft, and Oracle EBS, to the evolving Turkish and Middle Eastern markets. Cenk BI‡AK‡I joins as the Managing Partner at the Turkish office, focusing on boosting the company's international expansion and growing customer relationships.
The decision to expand Turkey's international presence and the Middle East is a logical step in Appasian's business growth strategy. The company is seeing incredible demand for our ERP data security and compliance offerings in the market. The company is now positioned to meet the rising challenges faced by security executives. With about 250 customers, Appsian is the recognized data security pioneer for organizations across all verticals, such as healthcare, higher education, public sector, manufacturing, and retail. Appsian also offers compliance solutions that give organizations complete control and visibility over their data access and usage.
The GDPA and KVKK (Turkey's Personal Data Protection Law) need organizations to deploy appropriate security measures around personal data. Appsian's Turkish team can fast track GDPA and KVKK compliance initiatives by improving visibility into data access and usage. A feature presently unavailable in legacy ERP systems.
The Appsian team brings more than 50 years of combined experience deploying ERP systems for Turkish customers. The company looks forward to offering Appsian's world-class data security and analytics products to its customers to help them attain their strategic security and compliance initiatives. Appsian Turkey will host an introductory webinar with Deloitte on Tuesday, February 9, at 15:00 Turkish time zone, and discuss KVKK privacy laws' legal implications.