Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Headerp soultions pvt ltd

HeadERP is an established outsourcing and consultancy company delivering extended offshore development services and HR Solutions of any complexity to clients worldwide. Being in IT business for over years now HeadERP has a strong team of skilled and experienced IT and HR experts. We have dealing with esteemed customers and companies of all sizes that ranges from start-up companies to large enterprises and they realize that they need a solution to generate their revenue streams, establish communication channels or streamline business operations. 

We are comprehensive outsourcing and consulting firm and provide different outsourcing services. We understand our clients' business requirements and provide them the dependable solutions through our domain knowledge and proven methodologies. HeadERP deliver high quality results in a cost-effective manner to maximize your competitive advantage and productivity.  We focus on quality and endeavour services to clients from different geographical locations and provide value added solutions to them.

Headerp solutions pvt ltd An overview

Headerp is one of the great Business establishments in Chennai, India with its development center at HeadERP Chennai providing work for very high skilled software professionals. They are one of the SAP Certified Netweaver ISV on XI, EP, and NetWeaver-J2EE based solutions and also they are the ISO 9001:2000 Certified company in Chennai. They have a separate division for Human Resources Consulting and they understand all your business objectives and take priority and technology and support you in achieving your business objectives. You may think, what is the criterion that set apart from others? It is their view of business and they view the technology as a means to an end, rather than an end itself. HeadERP is also a development and consulting organization and provide strategic and suitable solutions through relevant and integrating information technologies to further your competitive advantage.

It is a company that provide distinctive approach in consulting which are data driven and communication oriented. Most of the offshore companies afford you dry and academic reports, but Headerp solutions pvt ltd offer you live reports that are based on graphical solutions and serve you as proof. They provide remote facility that has dedicated computing facilities, software professionals with geographically demarcated workspace and implement the client’s assignments in a most efficient way. Through their programming conventions, practices, methodologies they ensure you a quality service as per your wish through their perfect work ethics.  

The client’s project is executed in a smooth way and they also predict your workload and costs of the remote operation. This center would operate as a 'virtual IS department' of the client company and HeadERP  solutions pvt ltd have a dedicated work team who work for your projects and the entire staff will remain HeadERP employees and would be managed by HeadERP. HeadERP Solutions pvt ltd is one of the leading and qualified Human Resources Consultancy Company that has been established with the purpose of being a partner in enabling Companies to source effective professionals of high competence in the field of IT/ITES, Banking/Finance/Insurance, and Manufacturing sectors.

They have build a strong reputation in recruitment and consulting and they have a client friendly approach in all areas of human resources consulting and their success is largely driven by their commitment and friendly approach and HeadERP solutions pvt ltd have years of experience in this field and through their demonstrated action, and with their ability in understanding clients requirement, they are called as one of the leading human resource and consulting company in Chennai. They provide this HR service in a cost effective way and recruit candidates as both permanent and temporary staffs. Candidates are recruited in various industry segments and for big MNC’s and within few years of their service, they have contacts with many numbers of clients and they have widely set up their staff operations in India. They also provide services in fields like IT enabled services, business process and embedded technologies.

In chennai, many outsourcing companies are there and headerp solution pvt ltd is one of the best outsourcing and consulting company and provides good services in different fields. HeadERP Solutions pvt Ltd

Friday, January 21, 2011

HeadERP solutions Pvt Ltd

When it comes into recruitment, you need to identify a qualified consultancy that can assure you job assurance and at HeadERP solutions Pvt Ltd, we recruit people in different domains throughout India and other countries.  We have been dealing with different companies and have recruited candidates in all those companies. We also recruit candidates through contract staffing and as a contact staff, you can gain experience and it would be a chance for you to get a step into your future. HeadERP have reputed human resource consultants who can guide you and place you in our respective clients concern.

We strive hard to meet your expectation and we recruit you as either temporary or permanent staffs. Many professionals have been benefited through our company and we have helped their careers to bright shine. We are your HR vendor and meet your needs and provide professional services and HR solutions in a dedicated way.

Friday, January 7, 2011

HeadERP Soultions pvt ltd

HeadERP provides Outsourcing to various companies and also allows companies to focus on other business issues while having the details taken care of our experts. Outsourcing work is often streamlined and it needs world class capabilities and access to new technology and outsourcing is a cost-effective way to start building foundations in other countries. We are one of the leading outsourcing companies and provide implementation and customization services for leading ERP application like SAP, Oracle Application, BaaN and PeopleSoft.HeadERP has talented and dedicated professionals who can implement the client’s software assignment in an effective way.

Many companies have highly benefited with us by our outsourcing work. We accurately assess their needs and we are the concern specialized in services like offshore software development, IT enabled services, Business process and embedded technologies. “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision and it this is what we do in our organization. We work as a team and achieve the objectives of your goal in a easy way, but with quality in work.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Saudi Arabia 'detains' Israeli vulture for spying

Saudi Arabian officials have "detained" a vulture on accusations of being a spy for Israel, media reports say.
The griffon vulture was carrying a GPS transmitter bearing the name of Tel Aviv University, prompting rumours it was part of a Zionist plot.
Israeli wildlife officials dismissed the claims as ludicrous and expressed concern about the bird's fate.
Last month, Egyptian officials implied the Israeli spy agency Mossad was to blame for shark attacks off its coast.
The vulture, which can have a wing span of up to 265cm (8ft 8in), was caught after it landed in the desert city of Hyaal a few days ago.
When locals discovered the GPS transmitter, they suspected the worst and handed it over to the security forces, said Israel's Ma'ariv newspaper.
Conspiracy theories quickly began circulating in Saudi newspapers and on websites that the bird was involved in espionage.
'Terrible price'
Israeli officials told Ma'ariv they were "stunned" by the allegations and concerned that the bird could meet a horrible punishment in the notoriously severe Saudi justice system.
Continue reading the main story
"The device does nothing more than receive and store basic data about the bird's whereabouts, and about his altitude and speed," a bird specialist at Israel's Park and Nature Authority told the newspaper.
The data would be used to improve understanding of the endangered species' behaviour.
"Now, this poor bird is paying a terrible price. That's very sad," said the unnamed expert.
"I hope they release the poor thing."
The vulture is the latest animal to be accused of being an unwitting Mossad operative.
In December, the governor of Egypt's South Sinai province, Mohamed Abdul Fadil Shousha, suggested the spy agency may have had a hand in a string of deadly shark attacks off the coast of the Sharm el-Sheikh resort.
He said it was "not out of the question" that Mossad had put the killer shark in the area.
The Israeli foreign ministry dismissed that allegation, saying the governor "must have seen Jaws one time too many, and confuses fact and fiction".

Read More :

New species abound in Peru, but so do threats

LIMA (AFP) – Each year, a new bird is found and every four years a new mammal discovered in the Peruvian Amazon, a haven for biodiversity where conservation and danger often go hand in hand.
Although Peru is known for its Andes mountain range, the Amazon actually covers 60 percent of the country's territory. It is a hotbed of bio-activity and is home to 25,000 species of plants -- 10 percent of the world's stock.
Thanks to the Amazon, Peru has the world's second-largest bird population (1,800 species) and is among the top five countries for mammals (515 species) and reptiles (418 species).
This year alone, scientists stumbled upon a previously unknown leech and a new type of mosquito.
The animal population has grown in recent years, namely adding a mini poison dart frog with a fire-red head and blue legs (Ranitomeya amazonica), a purple-throated Sunangel hummingbird (Heliangelus viola) and a "tyrannosaurus leech" with eight teeth (Tyrannobdella reina).
More than 1,200 new species of plants or animals have been discovered in 10 years in the Amazon, according to the Worldwide Fund for Nature. But paradoxically, the novel species are often discovered during the very activities that threaten the Amazon the most.
"Most of these discoveries don't happen during scientific expeditions, which are often costly. They most often come when workers are digging exploration sites for oil, mining or lumber companies," said WWF Peru's Amazon program director Michael Valqui.
"This type of discovery is also simultaneously endangering the species that is being discovered in its one and only habitat."
Peru, home to one of the biggest forest lands -- 700,000 square kilometers (270,270 square miles) -- is also a magnet for resource extraction.
The number of concessions granted has doubled since 2006 to cover 16 percent of the territory, according to the Observatory of Mining Conflicts in Latin America.
At the same time, Peru boasts of being on the cutting edge of conservation, with 15 percent of its territory under protected status.
"And we're aiming for 30 percent," said Environment Minister Antonio Brack.
Environmentalists, though, worry about the future of biodiversity and the species living outside these protected zones.
"There are no clear signals as to what the country intends to do to protect biodiversity," said Ivan Lanegra, representative of the influential government-funded Peruvian ombudsman office.
Gerard Herail of France's IRD research and development institute in Lima noted that "a mining or hydrocarbons firm is not innately destructive. The key is whether or not it is 'clean'," or uses cleaner methods and technologies.
More species are disappearing than are being discovered around the world, noted Ernesto Raez, who heads the Sustainable Development Center at Cayetano Heredia University in Lima.
"In other words, species are disappearing before we discover them," he added.
But the IRD says the very context of their disappearance allows the group to "develop biodiversity conservation strategies," such as those deployed successfully for the huge arapaima or paiche fish (Arapaima gigas), one of the largest freshwater fish in the world.
Twenty-one species remain in "critical danger" of extinction in Peru, according to 2004 numbers, including the short-tailed chinchilla (Chinchilla brevicaudata) and the sharp-eared bat (Tompoeas ravus). The leaf-eared mouse (phyllotis andinum) is believed to have already disappeared.
The Lima gecko (Phyllodactylus sentosus), a minuscule nocturnal lizard also in critical danger, illustrates the sometimes complex relationship between threat and conservation.
The gecko finds its habitat in the darkest corners of the huacas, pre-Hispanic burial grounds or ritual sites that dot Lima and the coast.
"But archeologists' maintenance work, crucial for conservation, is exactly what's destroying the gecko's habitat" and triggering its downfall, said Valqui.