Companies Using SAP (I-N)


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IBM
At IBM, they strive to lead in the invention, development, and manufacturing of the industry's most advanced information technologies, including computer systems, software, storage systems, and microelectronics. They translate their advanced technologies into value for their customers through their professional solutions, services, and consulting businesses worldwide. IBM, in addition to the newly acquired Corio, combine the application service capabilities, technology, and service to provide faster implementations and variable-cost hosting solutions for many leading business software applications, including SAP.

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Iditarod Systems
Iditarod Systems is a professional services and solutions firm, based in Northern Virginia, that designs and delivers technical solutions that are directly tied to improving an organization s business performance and generating immediate and escalating benefits. Their full services span from IT strategy, applications development, project management, systems integration, and delivery. Their professionals are based in Washington DC, Seattle, and Hyderabad, India. They work with clients all over the world to earn their trust, solve their business problems, and make them successful.

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Innogence
Innogence contains a staff of SAP specialists who know how to scope, design, implement, and test the optimal system for client businesses. Innogence is involved in the sponsorship of the “Mastering Business Intelligence with SAP” Conference in October 2006.

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Integrated Information
Services

IIS Consulting employs 150 people worldwide and serves more than 25 clients. Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, they have principal and alliance offices located in the United States, Canada, Egypt, Qatar, and India. Their core service offering is end-to-end systems integration. This offering encompasses: ERP solutions, Electronic business solutions, Customer relationship management, Supply chain management, Wireless internet access, Network solutions, Systems integration services, Off-shore services, Outsourcing, and Education .

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Intelligence, Inc.
Intelligence, Inc. is the inventor and developer of high-tech advanced interactive applications. Since their inception in 2002, Intelligence, Inc. has transformed the wedding and events industry by providing event service providers with web-based tools for effectively communicating with prospects and clients by means of receiving online inquiries, booking events online, and offering complete online event planning.

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International Paper
International Paper has significant global businesses in paper and paper distribution, packaging, and forest products, including building materials. The company has operations in nearly 40 countries, employs approximately 83,000 people worldwide and exports its products to more than 120 nations. Based in Stamford, Connecticut, International Paper is one of the world's largest private landowners with 8.3 million acres in the US.

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Jabil Circuit
Jabil Circuit establishes long-term customer partnerships by delivering the most comprehensive manufacturing services available. Their goal is to achieve customer satisfaction through excellence in design, supply chain management, manufacturing, and repair solutions. Through their culture, drive, and the expertise of each individual employee, they are uniquely positioned to provide best-in-class services to a global customer base.

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Jackson Products
Founded in 1927, Jackson Products is an American designer, manufacturer and distributor of personal safety products including head, eye, and face protection for the welding, construction and industrial markets worldwide. A pioneer in the development of innovative safety systems for the welding industry, Jackson is located in Belmont, Michigan, and prides itself in quality American-made safety products.

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Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson, through its operating companies, is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. The more than 230 Johnson & Johnson operating companies employ approximately 116,000 men and women in 57 countries and sell products throughout the world. This New Jersey based company has job opportunities and internships across the US.


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Johnson Controls
In February of 2006, Johnson Controls was ranked first in FORTUNE Magazines "America’s Most Admired Companies" in the Motor Vehicles & Parts category. This Milwaukee-based company makes car seats, interior systems, and batteries, as well as environmental control systems for commercial buildings. Some of their largest customers include Ford, GM, and DaimerlerChrysler.

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Johnsonville
Sausage

Headquartered in Kohler, Wisconsin, Johnsonville Sausage makes a wide array of sausage products, including bratwurst, breakfast sausage, and Italian sausage. Its meats are sold primarily through retail grocery stores, but the company also operates an online store that offers cups, coolers, and koozies in addition to sausage. Johnsonville sausage is available in nearly 40 countries.

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Keykert USA
Keykert has two locations in Michigan: Wixom and Webberville. Today they are the leading worldwide manufactures of automotive locking systems, and strive to strengthen this position further. Modular doors and mechatronic driving systems are their strategic growth target. With their mechanic, mechatronic and electronic technologies, they are aiming to double their turnover by 2010.

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KLA-Tencor Corp.
California based KLA-Tencor Corp. is the world's leading supplier of process control and yield management solutions for the semiconductor and related microelectronics industries. The yield management market that KLA-Tencor leads has outperformed the semiconductor capital equipment market segment as a whole. Co-ops and internships are available.

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Konica Minolta
Business Solutions
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc brings together the strengths of its two founding companies, Konica and Minolta. Headquartered in Ramsey, New Jersey, KMBS is a leader in document imaging innovation, providing its customers with complete solutions for document creation, production, and management. The company provides the essentials of imaging to companies ranging from small office/home office to large production operations with technologically advanced line products and services.

KPMG KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. They operate in 144 countries and have over 6,700 partners, 76,000 client service professionals, and 21,000 administration and support staff working in member firms around the world. Their member firms aim to provide clients with a globally consistent set of multidisciplinary financial and accounting services, based on deep industry knowledge.

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Lear Corp.
Lear Corporation is one of the world's largest suppliers of automotive interior systems and components. Lear provides complete seat systems, electronic products and electrical distribution systems and other interior products. While Lear Corp. is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, many of their job offerings are global.

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LSI Logic Corp.
LSI Logic Corp. is a leading provider of silicon-to-system solutions that are used at the core of products that create, move and store digital information. LSI offers a broad portfolio of capabilities including custom and standard product ICs, host bus and RAID adapters, storage area network solutions, and software applications. LSI products enable leading technology companies in the consumer, communications, and storage markets to deliver some of the most advanced and well-known electronic systems in the market today.

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Lyondell Chemical
Lyondell Chemical is a Houston based corporation, and is among the nation's largest chemical companies, specializing in products used to make chemicals, plastics, and reduce gas emissions. It has four segments: ethylene, co-products, and derivatives; propylene oxide and related products; inorganic chemicals; and refining. Co-ops and internships are available in the accounting and finance fields at the Houston headquarters.

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ManTech Advanced
Systems International

ManTech Advanced Systems International is a subsidiary of ManTech International Corp. ManTech has consistently delivered innovative information technology and technical services solutions to federal government customers. Their expertise covers software development, enterprise security architecture, information assurance, intelligence operations support, network and critical infrastructure protection, information technology, communications integration, and engineering support.

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Maxitrol Co.
Headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, Maxitrol designs, manufactures, and markets gas pressure regulators. Maxitrol has endured through hard times and now has working in Germany as well as the United States.

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Mazda USA
Mazda Motor Corp. is a Japan-based corporation who operates from two Japanese and 17 international manufacturing plants. Models sold by Mazda in the US include sedans (Mazda 3, Mazda 6), minivans (MPV), sports cars (Miata, RX-8), and pickup trucks (B-Series). Mazda has added an SUV to its lineup with the introduction of the Tribute. Mazda Motor Corp. is a FORTUNE Global 500 company.

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Medtronic
Medtronic is the world leader in medical technology providing lifelong solutions for people with chronic disease. We offer products, therapies and services that enhance or extend the lives of millions of people. Each year, 5 million patients benefit from Medtronic's technology, used to treat conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, neurological disorders, and vascular illnesses.

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Mekorma

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Mekorma provides companies with the tools they need to optimize and enhance their accounting processes. Today more than 3,000 companies across the globe implement their solutions. They have also been recognized with President's Club membership for eight consecutive years.

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Microsoft
The world's #1 software company, Microsoft, provides a variety of products and services, including its Windows operating systems and Office software suite. The company has expanded into markets such as video game consoles, interactive television, and internet access. Microsoft has made FORTUNE's "100 Best Companies to Work For" again list in 2006. They have extensive offerings in internships and entry-level positions.

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MillerCoors
MillerCoors is a joint venture between SABMiller and Molson Coors Brewing Company, announced on October 9, 2007. The joint venture has the responsibility of selling brands such as Miller Lite, Miller High Life, Miller Genuine Draft, Coors, Coors Light, Molson Canadian, Crispin Hard Cider Company, and Blue Moon in the United States, with the purpose of combining all of their US brewing operations to better compete against Anheuser-Busch InBev. The company is also tasked with brewing brands of beer and lager that are owned by Pabst Brewing Company.  Pete Coors has been named as chairman of the new company, and Molson Coors Chief Executive Leo Kiely is the CEO of the joint venture. Tom Long, CEO of Miller, is appointed president and chief commercial officer.  U.S. antitrust regulators approved the joint venture on June 5, 2008. The venture was completed on June 30, 2008 and MillerCoors began operation as a combined entity on July 1, 2008. The combined venture is headquartered in Chicago, IL. SABMiller and Molson Coors are still independently run.



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Miracle Software
Systems, Inc.
Miracle Software Systems, Inc. is a leading global consulting and offshore outsourcing company, offering a wide array of solutions customized for a range of key verticals and horizontals. From strategy consulting right through to implementing IT solutions for customers, Miracle straddles the entire IT space. It has excellent domain competencies in verticals such as Automotive, Banking & Financial Service, Insurance & Healthcare, and Manufacturing.

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Molson Brewing
Founded in Montreal, Canada in 1786, Molson is now one of Canada's oldest consumer brand names and North America's oldest beer brand. Molson operates six breweries throughout Canada and recently signed a merger with Coors in 2005, forming the Molson Coors Brewing Company.

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NCR
Originally National Cash Register, NCR is a leading maker of automatic teller machines (ATMs). It makes other retail and financial electronics such as point-of-sale (POS) terminals and bar code scanners. NCR's operating units include Retail Store Automation, Financial Self Services, Systemedia Group, Teradata, Payment and Imaging Solutions, and Worldwide Customer Services.

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Nestlé
Nestlé, with headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland, was founded in 1866 and is the world's biggest food and beverage company. They employ around 250,000 people and have factories or operations in almost every country in the world. Some of their products include: Nescafé, Buitoni, Maggi, Crunch, Friskies, Häagen Daz, and Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream. Internships are available.

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Nexen, Inc.
Nexen, formerly Canadian Occidental Petroleum, is a globe-trotting oil and gas and chemicals company. It has exploration and production activities in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Indonesia, Nigeria, Yemen, and the Gulf of Mexico. The company has proved reserves of 843 million barrels of oil equivalent. This Canadian based company has a team of 3,200 talented individuals and more than 30 years of consistent profitability. Nexen also offers full-time positions and internships to new college graduates.

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Nexus
Technologies, Inc.

Nexus Technologies helps businesses determine the information technologies that best fit their needs and objectives, and transform them into solutions that deliver the intended results. The work strongly with Hewlett Packard, the company has grown to 130 employees since its origination in 1994.

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Nissan Research &
Development, Inc.

Nissan North America oversees the interests of its Tokyo-based parent, Nissan Motor Co., in North America. With four plants in the US (in Tennessee) and Mexico, Nissan North America produces such vehicles as the Xterra SUV, the Altima sedan, and the Frontier pickup. The company then markets, finances, and services its products in Canada, Mexico, and the US and its territories. It also oversees sales of Nissan's luxury Infiniti brand of cars in North America. A R&D branch is located in Farmington Hills, Michigan.

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North American Nutrition Companies, Inc.
North American Nutrition Companies, Inc. provides blending, manufacturing, distribution, and nutritional services to the feed, livestock, and poultry industries in the US and parts of Canada. The company operates four research facilities and provides diet formulation, feeding program recommendation, and product development services. It also operates a manufacturing plant where it produces feed-grade drugs, vitamin and mineral products, and specialty feed mixes.

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Novartis
Novartis is a world leader in offering medicines to protect health, cure disease, and improve well-being. Their goal is to discover, develop, and successfully market innovative products to treat patients, ease suffering, and enhance the quality of life. Novartis is based in Basel, Switzerland.
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