The recruitment drive is set to expand the SAP-Gigya team at the R&D center which currently employs over 700 people including more than 100 from Gigya, the Israeli customer identity management firm SAP acquired in 2017 for $350 million.
Founded in 2006, Gigya built a customer identity management platform that addresses changing geographical privacy and compliance issues. SAP said in a statement that the Gigya team was now focused on building a data platform for the world of online commerce and that the new solution would be rolled out later this year.
Expanding the development center, SAP said, was aimed at further developing advanced solutions for “one of the hottest areas in the world of data today – digital identity management and data use permissions.”
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