The ‘SAP’ of life


August 5, 2006

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Standing in front of the Taj Mahal in Agra, Alan Sedghi, president and MD, SAP South Asia, was mesmerized and deep in thought…….

……Born in Tehran, Sedghi claims that he had a fairly average childhood. His father was a renowned doctor, who gave up his profitable practice for the sake of charitable work. Sedghi completed his schooling in Tehran, before shifting to the US for further education. There is also the interesting bit about his ancestry. Sedghi is a Zoroastrian or better known as a Parsi. “Ours was one of the few Parsi communities that chose to stay in Iran and not migrate. We are what you’d call the old Parsis,” he says with a glint of pride.

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