SAP.SG - SAP SE Inhaber-Aktien o.N.

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
90.36
+0.56 (+0.62%)
As of 1:45PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close89.80
Open89.44
Bid90.30 x 60000
Ask90.30 x 60000
Day's Range89.04 - 90.36
52 Week Range81.16 - 108.52
Volume2,070
Avg. Volume11,450
Market CapN/A
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
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  • Simply Wall St.yesterday

    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...

  • Moody's8 days ago

    SAP SE -- Moody's assigns A2 ratings to SAP's new notes

    Moody's Investors Service has today assigned A2 ratings to the new notes issued by SAP SE (SAP). The proceeds will be used in support of the intended acquisition of Qualtrics International Inc. (Qualtrics), announced on 11 November 2018.

  • Is SAP SE’s (FRA:SAP) CEO Overpaid Relative To Its Peers?
    Simply Wall St.19 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
    Bloomberg19 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.com22 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.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    SAP defends $8 billion Qualtrics deal

    Germany's SAP (SAPG.DE) hit back at suggestions that the German business software group is paying too much for Qualtrics, a U.S. company that specialises in tracking consumer sentiment online. SAP finance chief Luka Mucic said on Friday that the deal came together in only four weeks but SAP's leadership examined it seriously and quickly concluded it was a good fit. "Despite all of the reservations and debate ... (our analysis) yielded more and more favourable results," Mucic told the Morgan Stanley European Technology, Media and Telecoms Conference in Barcelona.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    SAP defends $8 bln Qualtrics deal

    Germany's SAP hit back at suggestions that the German business software group is paying too much for Qualtrics, a U.S. company that specialises in tracking consumer sentiment online. SAP finance chief Luka Mucic said on Friday that the deal came together in only four weeks but SAP's leadership examined it seriously and quickly concluded it was a good fit. "Despite all of the reservations and debate ... (our analysis) yielded more and more favourable results," Mucic told the Morgan Stanley European Technology, Media and Telecoms Conference in Barcelona.

  • 3 Reasons This Small-Cap SaaS Stock Is a Buy
    Motley Fool27 days ago

    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.

  • Moody's28 days ago

    SAP SE -- Moody's affirms SAP's ratings following Qualtrics acquisition; outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service has today affirmed SAP SE's existing ratings, including its long-term and short-term issuer ratings of A2 and P-1. A full list of affected ratings can be found at the end of this press release. "We have affirmed SAP's ratings to reflect the complementary nature of the Qualtrics acquisition which expands SAP's already comprehensive product portfolio into a fast-growing area consistent with its strategic focus on providing customer experience solutions beyond traditional customer relationship (CRM) software", says Tobias Wagner, Vice-President and Senior Analyst at Moody's. "However, the E7 billion of additional debt to fund the transaction will result in Moody's-adjusted pro-forma debt/EBITDA ratio climbing to 2.1x for 2018 and limit SAP's capacity for further large debt-funded acquisitions in 2018 and 2019 at the current rating.

  • How One Family Built an $8 Billion Software Startup
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    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.

  • How One Family Built an $8 Billion Software Startup
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    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
    Zacks28 days ago

    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 Press29 days ago

    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 ...

  • 100-Year Anniversary of Armistice Day
    Zacks29 days ago

    100-Year Anniversary of Armistice Day

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  • SAP to Gain Experience Management Tools With Qualtrics Buy
    Zacks29 days ago

    SAP to Gain Experience Management Tools With Qualtrics Buy

    SAP SE (SAP) entered into an agreement to acquire Qualtrics for $8 billion in cash. SAP is anticipated to bolster Customer Experience segment revenues with the buyout.

  • TheStreet.com29 days ago

    Alibaba, Athenahealth, SAP, Qualtrics and SoftBank - 5 Things You Must Know

    U.S. stock futures were slipping on Monday, Nov. 12, as investors continued to reset interest rate expectations from the Federal Reserve and prepared for quarterly reports this week from a number of U.S. retail giants such as Walmart Inc. American depositary receipts of Alibaba fell 0.6% in premarket trading.

  • SAP’s Sales Army Still Doesn’t Justify an $8 Billion Deal
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    SAP’s Sales Army Still Doesn’t Justify an $8 Billion Deal

    SAP SE is paying $8 billion to acquire Qualtrics International Inc., a maker of data collection and analysis software which expects revenue of just $400 million this year. SAP is attracted by Qualtrics’ 40 percent growth rate, but it’s ponying up a massive premium for a company that was already preparing an initial public offering. Qualtrics Chief Executive Officer Ryan Smith said in a conference call with investors on Monday that the IPO was already 13 times oversubscribed with the roadshow not yet complete, and would have valued the firm he founded with his father and brothers at between $5 billion and $6 billion.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    SAP snatches sentiment tracker Qualtrics from verge of IPO for $8 billion

    German business software company SAP has agreed to buy Qualtrics International for $8 billion in cash, pre-empting a planned stock market listing by the U.S.-based company which specialises in tracking online sentiment. The deal will help Europe's most valuable tech firm strengthen its customer relationship management (CRM) software offering, a focus of Chief Executive Bill McDermott in a race with CRM specialist Salesforce and arch-rival Oracle. Announced late on Sunday, the deal is SAP's largest acquisition since it bought travel and expense-management firm Concur for $8.3 billion in 2014.

  • Germany's SAP to Buy Qualtrics for $8 Billion in Cash
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Germany's SAP to Buy Qualtrics for $8 Billion in Cash

    The $8 billion purchase of Qualtrics International Inc., whose software gathers and analyzes data, is meant to strengthen SAP’s offering in the customer relations management sector. Based in Utah, Qualtrics collects data on customers, brand, employees and products -- such as emails, social media posts and in-app data -- to give companies insights into how their customers behave or feel about them. The offer price, about 20 times Qualtrics’s sales this year, is an “extremely high multiple which ever way you look at it,” he said in emailed comments.

  • Germany's SAP to Buy Qualtrics for $8 Billion in Cash
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Germany's SAP to Buy Qualtrics for $8 Billion in Cash

    The $8 billion purchase of Qualtrics International Inc., whose software gathers and analyzes data, is meant to strengthen SAP’s offering in the customer relations management sector. Based in Utah, Qualtrics collects data on customers, brand, employees and products -- such as emails, social media posts and in-app data -- to give companies insights into how their customers behave or feel about them. The offer price, about 20 times Qualtrics’s sales this year, is an “extremely high multiple which ever way you look at it,” he said in emailed comments.

  • Software maker SAP to acquire US firm Qualtrics for $8bn
    The Telegraph29 days ago

    Software maker SAP to acquire US firm Qualtrics for $8bn

    Europe's most valuable tech firm, software provider SAP, has bought survey company Qualtrics for $8bn (£6.2bn) in cash days before the US business was due to go public in an estimated $5bn float.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    [$$] SAP to Buy Market-Analytics Startup Qualtrics for $8 Billion

    SAP SE, the German business-software vendor, agreed Sunday to buy Qualtrics International Inc. for $8 billion, taking the market-analytics startup off the market just days before it planned to sell shares to the public. SAP is counting on the deal to bolster it in the customer-relationship management software business, or CRM, where Salesforce.com Inc. has the lead. The company intends to weave in the analytics capabilities of Qualtrics—which offers surveys that companies can use to gauge customer feedback—to help future product design as well as marketing efforts, SAP Chief Executive Bill McDermott said in an interview.