SAP Merges Sybase, Govt Support Units; Mark Testoni Continues as President

Mark Testoni, SAP

SAP (NYSE: SAP) has completed a realignment of its Sybase federal and government support and services units into a new national security services organization.

The company said the unit is now known as SAP National Security Services, or SAP NS2.

Mark Testoni will continue serving as president of the unit, having originally taken the top role for government support and services in April 2011.

The new subsidiary will provide information technology services for enterprise applications, analytics and cloud computing.

It will also consult and support national security customers and private defense contractors.

Testoni said customers will have access to the same technology Fortune 500 companies use to manage, analyze and mobilize large amounts of data in real-time.

The former Sybase unit’s services included information management and mobility.

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