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SAP is in the midst of a business transition, investing heavily in cloud computing products and services.
Solid performance in cloud subscriptions as well as software license order entry drives SAP SE (SAP)'s third-quarter fiscal 2017 results year over year. The company's full-year guidance is increased.
FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - SAP, Europe's most valuable technology stock, predicted a "dynamite" fourth quarter for its cloud computing business, helping its shares erase losses after third-quarter results fell short of market expectations. The German software maker is in the midst of a transition to offering cloud-based services to business customers, and management had flagged that 2017 would see a trough in profit margins as it invested in datacenters and redeployed staff. CEO Bill McDermott said SAP was seeing more customers using its new cloud-based S/4HANA business planning products to overhaul their organisations and supply chains.
The German software maker is in the midst of a transition to offering cloud-based services to business customers, and management had flagged that 2017 would see a trough in profit margins as it invested in datacenters and redeployed staff. CEO Bill McDermott said SAP was seeing more customers using its new cloud-based S/4HANA business planning products to overhaul their organisations and supply chains. "You can expect a dynamite Q4," McDermott told investors on a conference call.
SAP, the first major German company to post third-quarter earnings, warned a strengthening euro could be a significant drag on its operating profit in the final quarter of the year. Shares in the German ...
GE is teaming with Apple to extend the mobile reach of its IoT platform, and making Amazon its preferred cloud partner. Both will be useful as GE seeks to achieve ambitious technology goals.
Lloyds bank prepares for the future with SAP core banking to add sophisticated features like real-time positions and virtualized accounts.
The Walldorf, Germany-based company said it had profit of 96 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to $1.19 per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. The ...
SAP SE fell in early Frankfurt trading despite raising its sales forecast, as third-quarter revenue at Europe’s largest software company slightly missed analyst estimates.
A handful of companies are using so-called last-mile programs to train new hires for as long as a year before taking them on as full-time members of the team.
A handful of companies are building corporate finishing schools to attract and keep the skilled workers they need. Capital One Financial Corp., software firm SAP SE and kidney-health provider DaVita Inc. are among the companies hiring workers to attend bootcamp-style training courses where they learn the coding, patient care or communication skills they will need on the job. Workers are paid during the stints, which can last from six weeks to nearly a year, after which they start full-time as a software developer, project manager or nurse.
Dull prospects of the global IT industry in recent quarters, along with flat customer spending projections are expected to hurt SAP's profitability in the quarter to be reported.
A new survey has found "acute pressure" confronting businesses in the U.S. and Britain to deliver apps in the digital and 'IoT' era, with half of companies canvassed admitting to releasing apps to the market before completing quality testing. Could it expose them to the app scrap heap?
Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established SAP SE (NYSE:SAP). The company’s stock had a relatively subdued couple of weeks in terms of changes in share price,Read More...
SAP (SAP) launches the new job analyzer functionality solution, enabling recruiters to detect and eliminate gender-biased language from job descriptions.
South African lender Standard Bank is reviewing its ties with IT software supplier SAP and consultants McKinsey, due to the risk of fallout by association from an influence-peddling scandal. SAP and McKinsey are ensnared in the scandal involving the Gupta family, who have been accused by South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog of using close links to President Jacob Zuma to win lucrative government contracts.
Negative interest rates in the eurozone and a relatively tight investment mandate leave the treasurer of German software giant SAP SE with limited options when managing the company’s cash.
For August, Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) racked-up impressive gains, with MU stock shares up nearly 40%. In fact, for the year so far, the return is about 79%. Note that MU stock is now at levels not seen in 15 years!Source: Shutterstock
AMSTERDAM/LONDON, Oct 3 (Reuters) - Dutch start-up messaging company MessageBird has landed $60 million in first-round funding, the largest ever early-stage venture capital investment into a European software company. Its services can reach billions of mobile phones, it said.