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TekLink International Inc. Announces 30% Increase in Revenue for 2012
Date:1/24/2013

Naperville, Illinois (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

TekLink International Inc., announced today a 30% increase in revenue for Fiscal 2012 with its fourth quarter ending December 31, 2012. Strong growth was seen across all of TekLink’s Practices. In particular, growth in TekLink’s HANA, Business Analytics and EPM practice contributed to the revenue increase. Strong demand for TekLink’s Offshore Application Management and Support (AMS) Services were also cited as key revenue drivers.

“We have hit our double digit growth target for nine consecutive years” noted Pankaj Gupta, CEO TekLink International. “As our clients continue to prosper under our guidance, we in turn benefit from that partnership. For example, we have doubled our offshore operations in the past year alone. For 2013, we expect these growth rates to increase as clients push for our solutions in HANA, Mobility, and SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidations. We find ourselves in an enviable position in the marketplace. TekLink possesses a large proven knowledgebase and track record in Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, including SAP HANA, SAP® Business Warehouse, BusinessObjects™ and SAP Enterprise Performance Management. Our thought leadership and experience are second to none, and our clients know that.”

“Throughout 2012, we have continued to provide clients with pre-delivered planning solutions such as Cost and Expense Planning, Allocations and Headcount planning,” stated Seth Rudin, Director of Business Analytics, TekLink International. “Moreover, we have guided clients on HANA RDS, BW and Customized solutions given our new HANA Business Case Methodologies. 2013 forecasts are very strong particularly in EPM, Mobility and HANA as clients look to leverage their SAP investment.”

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