Milwaukee, Wisconsin (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Symmetry Corporation, certified SAP hosting provider and leader in SAP Managed services, will attend UW-Milwaukee’s Lubar School of Business Career Fair on Thursday, February 20th. The 14th Annual Career Fair will be held in Lubar Hall from 1-4 pm, offering employers the opportunity to meet with students seeking career options.
As a well-established entrepreneurial business in Milwaukee, Symmetry Corporation believes it's critical to provide career options for local students, and is excited to share opportunities with students at the job fair.
“We’ve continued to see great growth over the past few years, and finding the best and brightest candidates to join our team is a top priority,” said Frank Powell, president and chief executive officer at Symmetry. “Our partnership over the years with UWM and the Lubar School of Business has been a tremendous asset, and we look forward to introducing more students to careers in the ERP industry.”
For more information on the career fair, visit http://www4.uwm.edu/business/undergrad/career/fair.cfm.
About Symmetry Corporation
Symmetry Corporation, an SAP-certified provider of hosting and cloud services, provides SAP managed services, security administration and project consulting in support of SAP solutions for customers in the U.S. and around the world. Based at Symmetry’s Center of Expertise in Milwaukee, Wis., our large staff has extensive experience in Basis, the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform and security consulting. With a proven methodology for delivering technical managed services in support of SAP software, Symmetry delivers flexible, high-quality solutions that help reduce the total cost of ownership and enable high-performing, secure, stable SAP solution-based environments. For more information, go to http://www.sym-corp.com.
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