SYSPRO gives back to the manufacturing sector in Asia Pacific

SYSPRO Software Pty Ltd

Friday, 19 June, 2020

SYSPRO gives back to the manufacturing sector in Asia Pacific

ERP software provide SYSPRO is offering support to the Asia Pacific manufacturing and distribution sector through a number of skills development initiatives.

In order to bolster industry resilience, SYSPRO has kicked off an initiative to provide 500 recently unemployed individuals in the manufacturing and distribution sector with unlimited access to the online SYSPRO Learning Channel at no cost until the end of October.

This initiative aims to increase a candidate’s chance of being successful in today’s competitive market adversely impacted by COVID-19. S & P Global estimates that unemployment rates across Asia Pacific could rise by well over 3%, twice as large as the average recession. By applying, candidates will learn new skills and improve their knowledge of ERP and increase their chances of becoming more marketable.

“The impact of the pandemic has been felt by all sectors and industries globally,” said Rob Stummer, Chief Executive Officer at SYSPRO APAC. “SYSPRO would like to take this opportunity to thank manufacturers and distributors around the region for continuing to work and support the economy. We hope that by offering skills development opportunities to the industry at large that we will bolster industry resilience in preparation for the upturn.”

The initiative for unemployed individuals is aimed at all of SYSPRO’s operating regions, including the US, Canada, Africa, UK, Asia and Australasia. To qualify for this opportunity:

  • The candidate must be currently unemployed and have recently lost their employment due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The candidate must have work experience in the manufacturing sector.
  • Preference will be given to candidates who have experience working in one of SYSPRO’s target market industries, detailed in the link below.
  • Preference will be given to candidates who have ERP experience.

To learn more and apply for this opportunity, go to

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