SAP.F - SAP SE

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
89.43
-1.28 (-1.41%)
As of 11:52AM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close90.71
Open90.01
Bid89.52 x 80000
Ask89.53 x 80000
Day's Range89.10 - 90.19
52 Week Range81.37 - 108.42
Volume665
Avg. Volume6,194
Market Cap106.744B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.80
PE Ratio (TTM)25.17
EPS (TTM)3.55
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.40 (1.58%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-18
1y Target Est109.70
  • Simply Wall St.4 days ago

    Does SAP SE (FRA:SAP) Have A Place In Your Portfolio?

    Dividends play an important role in compounding returns in the long run and end up forming a sizeable part of investment returns. Historically, SAP SE (FRA:SAP) has paid a dividend Read More...

  • Why Oracle’s Revenue Growth Could Fall in the Current Quarter
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Why Oracle’s Revenue Growth Could Fall in the Current Quarter

    In the previous article, we discussed how Oracle’s (ORCL) revenue growth slowed in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 and improved just ~0.5% in the first quarter of fiscal 2019. According to the outlook provided by Oracle, it expects its revenue to grow between 0% and 2% in constant currency terms in the quarter, but the strengthening US dollar could hurt its revenue growth expectations. In August, the Turkish lira went through a bad phase that spread to other emerging markets.

  • Why Oracle Considers the AT&T Deal One of the Biggest
    Market Realist8 days ago

    Why Oracle Considers the AT&T Deal One of the Biggest

    Last year, Oracle (ORCL) and AT&T (T) entered into an agreement through which Oracle will migrate thousands of existing Oracle databases on AT&T’s network to Oracle cloud. The exercise was supposed to be a massive one for Oracle, as it involved migrating petabytes worth of AT&T data, making it one of the biggest ever business deals for Oracle. Oracle mentioned that it would finish this migration within the year.

  • Oracle Explains Why Its Database Is Better than Amazon’s
    Market Realist8 days ago

    Oracle Explains Why Its Database Is Better than Amazon’s

    In the previous article, we discussed how Oracle’s (ORCL) Autonomous Database is an attempt by Oracle to penetrate the IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) market, a category of cloud computing. Despite Oracle’s small presence in the IaaS market, it’s known to be a leader in the traditional on-premises database market. According to a report from TechRepublic citing Gartner as its source, the open-source database market is worth $2.6 billion compared to $34 billion for the traditional database market.

  • Why Oracle Believes It Is the Number One ERP Cloud Player
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Why Oracle Believes It Is the Number One ERP Cloud Player

    The real driver of growth for Oracle in the SaaS market is its growing presence in the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) space. ERP includes functions such as procurement, project management, financial management, and accounting. According to Gartner, ERP was a $31 billion market in 2017 and is poised to grow to $34 billion by the end of this year—decent growth despite worldwide economic concerns such as currency volatility, trade wars, and Brexit. The report mentions that SAP (SAP) continues to be the largest player in the ERP market with revenue of over $7 billion in 2017.

  • Why Oracle Believes It Can Be the Largest Service Software Player
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Why Oracle Believes It Can Be the Largest Service Software Player

    SaaS (software-as-a-service) is the concept of the licensing of software applications by a third party on a subscription basis. Alongside SaaS, IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) and PaaS (platform-as-a-service) are the other two major categories of cloud computing. According to a report from IDC, SaaS continues to be the biggest category in the cloud services market, clocking $90 billion in revenue in 2017.

  • IBM Looks to Leverage the Fast-Growing Blockchain Market
    Market Realist9 days ago

    IBM Looks to Leverage the Fast-Growing Blockchain Market

    Another growth market for IBM is blockchains, a decentralized and mutually-verifiable peer-to-peer technology. The blockchain market is poised to grow rapidly—according to Wintergreen Research and as the chart below shows, the market could grow 89% (compounded annually) from $708 million in 2017 to $60.7 billion in 2024.

  • What’s Underpinning SAP’s Confidence?
    Market Realist10 days ago

    What’s Underpinning SAP’s Confidence?

    The company’s cloud subscription revenue soared 41% YoY (year-over-year) in the third quarter, with its management saying that its cloud subscription business was eclipsing its traditional software license business faster than expected. Its software subscription business was 40% larger than its software license business at the end of the third quarter. As part of its efforts to encourage its customers to transition to its cloud services, where it sees a brighter future, SAP is cooperating with leading cloud companies Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), IBM Corporation (IBM), Google (GOOGL), and Alibaba (BABA).

  • Microsoft Saves Contract with Israel’s Government
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Microsoft Saves Contract with Israel’s Government

    Microsoft (MSFT) has secured the renewal of its software supply contract with Israel’s government, according to Reuters. This contract renewal is notable because in August, Israel threatened to terminate its software contracts with Microsoft after the company proposed shifting it to a different licensing model. Specifically, Microsoft had wanted to move Israel to a software subscription model from a perpetual software license model (in which the customer is free to use the software as desired).

  • What’s Next for Oracle if Amazon Walks Away?
    Market Realist11 days ago

    What’s Next for Oracle if Amazon Walks Away?

    It seems Oracle (ORCL) is about to lose a key customer, Amazon (AMZN). For a while, Amazon has been rumored to be working on its exit from Oracle’s databases, and it’s recently become clear that Amazon is dropping Oracle as its database provider. Amazon’s top cloud executive, Andy Jassy, told CNBC recently that Amazon is on track to move off of all Oracle databases by the end of 2019.

  • Is SAP SE’s (FRA:SAP) CEO Overpaid Relative To Its Peers?
    Simply Wall St.22 days ago

    Is SAP SE’s (FRA:SAP) CEO Overpaid Relative To Its Peers?

    Bill McDermott became the CEO of SAP SE (FRA:SAP) in 2014. First, this article will compare CEO compensation with compensation at other large companies. Then we’ll look at a snap Read More...

  • European Stocks Drop as Technology Shares Pace Renewed Declines
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    European Stocks Drop as Technology Shares Pace Renewed Declines

    The Stoxx Europe 600 Index was down 0.3 percent. European stocks attempted to stage a recovery from a two-year low yesterday as investors assessed the possibility of the U.S. Federal Reserve softening its policy stance.

  • TheStreet.com25 days ago

    Survey Monkey Shares Sink 11.8%

    , the parent of global survey software company SurveyMonkey, slipped 11.8% to $12.99 at the market's close on Monday, less than a week after reporting quarterly earnings for the first time since going public in September. SurveyMonkey said it expects to grow revenue in the current quarter between 14% and 17% year over year to between $64.8 million and $66.8 million. SurveyMonkey rival Qualtrics International Inc. recently agreed to be acquired by the German-based European multinational software corporation SAP SE for $8 billion in cash.

  • Here's how Sequoia Capital-backed companies got to $100B in exits this year
    American City Business Journals25 days ago

    Here's how Sequoia Capital-backed companies got to $100B in exits this year

    2018 has been another big year for Sequoia Capital, one of Silicon Valley's most successful venture firms. Here's a look at seven big U.S. exits it has seen this year.

  • Ericsson Bracing for Material Fine in Bribery Probe
    Market Realist25 days ago

    Ericsson Bracing for Material Fine in Bribery Probe

    Ericsson (ERIC) is steeling itself for a significant fine resulting from investigations into its compliance with America’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (or FCPA). The company’s compliance with the FCPA has been under scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission since 2013 and the Department of Justice since 2015. Ericsson said last month that it was discussing a resolution of the probes, but it warned that a settlement could result in it being hit with a fine.

  • Why We’re Seeing Large Acquisitions in the Software Industry
    Market Realist29 days ago

    Why We’re Seeing Large Acquisitions in the Software Industry

    Lately, the software industry has seen a number of multibillion-dollar acquisitions. In June, Microsoft (MSFT) acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion, and it recently completed this acquisition. GitHub is a central repository where developers keep their code.

  • Dynamics 365 Helps Microsoft Penetrate the Applications Market
    Market Realistlast month

    Dynamics 365 Helps Microsoft Penetrate the Applications Market

    Another important business for Microsoft is Dynamics 365, which is an integration of customer relationship management (or CRM), enterprise resource management (or ERP), the Azure IoT platform, and other business productivity applications. Dynamics 365 is a cloud-based application tool that Microsoft launched in 2016. Microsoft expects revenue of more than $1.25 billion from Dynamics 365 this year.

  • 3 Reasons This Small-Cap SaaS Stock Is a Buy
    Motley Foollast month

    3 Reasons This Small-Cap SaaS Stock Is a Buy

    Large enterprise clients are finding value in this company's software services, as it eliminates the need for cumbersome tasks previously performed by manual labor. It's time for investors to realize the value of this high-growing tech company, too.

  • How One Family Built an $8 Billion Software Startup
    Bloomberglast month

    How One Family Built an $8 Billion Software Startup

    Now Ryan and Jared Smith are selling Qualtrics International Inc. to European giant SAP SE for $8 billion -- and they’ll get to keep running the business. Ryan, 40, is the chief executive and public face of a startup that -- unusually -- resisted taking venture money for over a decade before finally agreeing to deals with Accel and Sequoia Capital. Last valued at $2.5 billion, Qualtrics makes customer-survey software used by the likes of Microsoft Corp. to General Electric Co., helping boost its revenue more than eight-fold over the past seven years.

  • SAP's $8 Billion Bet on the CRM Market
    Zackslast month

    SAP's $8 Billion Bet on the CRM Market

    SAP is buying a software company called Qualtrix that will help it gain ground in the CRM space.

  • Associated Presslast month

    Lumentum, SAP fall; Coty, Athenahealth rise

    Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday: Coty Inc., up 16 cents to $8.65 The struggling cosmetics company named a new CEO and chairman. Athenahealth Inc., up $11.62 to $131.97 The struggling ...

  • Stock News Today: Uptrend Wobbles As Apple Leads Another Tech Sell-Off
    Investor's Business Dailylast month

    Stock News Today: Uptrend Wobbles As Apple Leads Another Tech Sell-Off

    The Nasdaq was down sharply for the second straight session Monday. In stock news today, big decliners included Apple, Broadcom and Nvidia.

  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Here are the big winners in SAP's $8B purchase of SurveyMonkey rival Qualtrics

    SAP's acquisition of Qualtrics has brought billion-dollar exits to the venture investors who backed its early rounds. Here's a look at who they are and how much their stakes in the SurveyMonkey rival are now worth.