SAP - SAP SE

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
126.60
+4.56 (+3.74%)
As of 3:41PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close122.04
Open124.32
Bid126.37 x 1100
Ask126.38 x 1000
Day's Range123.94 - 126.62
52 Week Range99.20 - 126.62
Volume2,283,391
Avg. Volume788,425
Market Cap150.084B
Beta1.21
PE Ratio (TTM)30.51
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.73 (1.42%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-18
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reutersyesterday

    SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announce data alliance

    Business software companies SAP, Microsoft and Adobe said on Monday they were forming a data alliance that will make it easier for clients running their applications to get a better overview of the customer. The partners announced the Open Data Initiative at a Microsoft conference in Orlando, Florida, saying it would help break down information silos that make it hard for businesses to make the most of their customer base. "The core focus of the Open Data Initiative is to eliminate data silos and enable a single view of the customer, helping companies to better govern their data and support privacy and security initiatives," the three said in a joint statement.

  • It’s time for companies to end the obsession with millennials and hire older workers with skills and expertise
    MarketWatch4 days ago

    It’s time for companies to end the obsession with millennials and hire older workers with skills and expertise

    OUTSIDE THE BOX When I was chief learning officer at LinkedIn, I bucked a popular trend in the tech sector. The rule — in practice, though not in writing, of course — was to hire millennials. This had been the case for years, since hiring managers across the industry believed what a young Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg once said: “Young people are just smarter.

  • Telecom Stock Roundup: Nokia to Trim Workforce, Verizon Inks Deal With SAP & More
    Zacks5 days ago

    Telecom Stock Roundup: Nokia to Trim Workforce, Verizon Inks Deal With SAP & More

    Despite the reported outreach by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the Trump administration has levied additional tariffs on $200 billion worth of imported goods from China.

  • SAP Extends Ties With Alibaba for Cloud Offerings in China
    Zacks5 days ago

    SAP Extends Ties With Alibaba for Cloud Offerings in China

    SAP HANA Cloud Platform and its partners are gaining popularity, assisting clients extend their functionalities and build new applications, which in turn is fueling growth.

  • Verizon to Build Next-Generation Global Network for SAP
    Zacks6 days ago

    Verizon to Build Next-Generation Global Network for SAP

    Verizon's (VZ) innovative network solutions will help SAP to build a future-ready infrastructure that will support exponential growth of its cloud business.

  • SAP, Grupo Ink Deal to Build Digital Smart Supply Chain
    Zacks6 days ago

    SAP, Grupo Ink Deal to Build Digital Smart Supply Chain

    SAP remains optimistic that growing demand for simplified and automated business-to-business commerce solutions will fuel Ariba's growth.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    SAP, Alibaba team up on cloud services

    HUANGZHOU, China/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - SAP SE (SAPG.DE), the German business software company, said on Wednesday it was teaming up with Alibaba (BABA.N) to offer its flagship products on the Chinese company's ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    SAP, Alibaba team up on cloud services

    SAP SE , the German business software company, said on Wednesday it was teaming up with Alibaba to offer its flagship products on the Chinese company's cloud infrastructure. SAP Chief Executive Bill McDermott ...

  • SAP ropes in theologian to help craft its first ethics code on AI
    The Telegraph7 days ago

    SAP ropes in theologian to help craft its first ethics code on AI

    SAP ropes in theologian to help craft its first ethics code on AI

  • Most Analysts Gave Oracle ‘Buy’ or ‘Hold’ Ratings on September 7
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Most Analysts Gave Oracle ‘Buy’ or ‘Hold’ Ratings on September 7

    On September 7, 35 analysts tracked Oracle (ORCL) stock, as shown in the chart below. Sixteen analysts offered “buy” ratings, and another 16 analysts gave “hold” recommendations for ORCL stock. Two analysts provided “overweight” ratings, and one analyst gave a “sell” rating. There were no “underweight” recommendations on the stock.

  • Autodesk: What’s Next after Cloud Transition?
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Autodesk: What’s Next after Cloud Transition?

    Autodesk (ADSK) is underway with the transition to a cloud-based subscription business model, where customers pay ongoing subscription fees instead of one-time software license purchases. Many Autodesk customers have transitioned to cloud-based subscriptions. But there are about 2.0 million customers still on legacy software licenses, and the company is working to get them to transition to subscriptions.

  • Intuit Putting Growth Leaders in Driver’s Seat
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Intuit Putting Growth Leaders in Driver’s Seat

    Intuit (INTU) is making changes to its executive suite, betting on leaders of its small business group to take it forward. The small business group has been Intuit’s growth engine. Intuit has settled on Sasan Goodarzi as its new CEO. Goodarzi, currently the leader of Intuit’s small business group, will replace current CEO Brad Smith and transition into the new role beginning January 1, 2019. The outgoing CEO Smith will transition into the executive chair role.

  • 10 Tech Dividend Stocks With Growth Potential
    InvestorPlace12 days ago

    10 Tech Dividend Stocks With Growth Potential

    Principally, they offer passive income that can either boost overall returns or help mitigate market volatility. On the other hand, you can’t find anyone who isn’t at least somewhat interested in tech stocks. Because tech covers a broad range of subcategories, you can find several names that offer passive income.

  • Trending: Emerging Markets Deeper Into Bear Territory After Trump’s Remarks on Tariffs
    ETF Database12 days ago

    Trending: Emerging Markets Deeper Into Bear Territory After Trump’s Remarks on Tariffs

    Emerging markets bear the brunt of angst over trade as President Trump threatens to slap another round of tariffs on Chinese goods. Cloud computing trended thanks to skyrocketing cloud usage and record capital expenditures of the largest cloud infrastructure players. Argentina came third in the list as optimism surfaced after government and IMF officials signaled progress in the talks regarding the improvement of a standby loan agreement approved in June. Lithium oversupply in China has sent prices to 14-month lows as cheap, locally produced material hurts the international market. The U.S. dollar closed the list due to positive reaction to strong wage data and an overall upbeat jobs report. Check out our previous trends edition at Trending: Markets Plough Ahead on NAFTA Breakthrough.

  • Do Institutions Own Shares In SAP SE (FRA:SAP)?
    Simply Wall St.12 days ago

    Do Institutions Own Shares In SAP SE (FRA:SAP)?

    Every investor in SAP SE (FRA:SAP) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Insiders often own a large chunk of younger, smaller, companies while huge companies tend toRead More...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    South Africa to probe whether kickback was paid for SAP contract

    South Africa's Special Investigating Unit (SIU) will investigate whether a kickback of more than 35 million rand ($2 million) was paid for a state contract with German software firm SAP, a spokeswoman for the unit told Reuters. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa authorised the SIU investigation last week, after the country's anti-graft agency started its own probe into a 671 million rand ($45 million) deal SAP signed with the water ministry in 2016. Asked for comment, SAP said it was reviewing all its public-sector contracts in South Africa dating back to 2010.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    South Africa launches new probe into state contract with Germany's SAP

    South African President Cyril Ramaphosa authorised a new investigation into a water ministry contract with German software firm SAP (SAPG.DE) on Thursday, citing allegations that public money was spent unlawfully. The investigation by South Africa's Special Investigating Unit (SIU) comes after the country's anti-graft agency said in March it was conducting its own probe into a 671 million rand (34.1 million pounds) water ministry deal with SAP. SAP is one of several foreign firms to suffer reputational damage in South Africa after becoming entangled in corruption scandals under Ramaphosa's predecessor, Jacob Zuma.

  • A Look at Microsoft’s Valuations
    Market Realist20 days ago

    A Look at Microsoft’s Valuations

    On August 23, Microsoft’s (MSFT) forward PE (price-to-earnings) multiple for the current year is projected to be ~24.3x. This is much higher than IBM (IBM) and Oracle’s (ORCL) estimated PE multiples of 10.41x and 14.23x, respectively. However, Microsoft’s one-year projected EPS stood at 11.7%, which is higher than IBM and Oracle’s EPS estimates of 1.4% and 7.9%, respectively.

  • The Wall Street Journal26 days ago

    [$$] SAP Bets Machine Learning Can Make Workplace More Transparent

    wants to help managers improve their leadership skills and retain employees by launching about a dozen mobile and desktop applications that incorporate data analytics and machine learning. The company’s vision is to develop consumer-like applications that bring more transparency and information to workplace issues such as leadership, pay equity, hiring and health-and-wellness, said Jennifer Morgan, president of SAP’s global customer operations for the Americas and Asia Pacific Japan regions. “With AI and machine learning, there’s a perfect opportunity to really help companies understand the data so they can make changes as necessary,” said Ms. Morgan.

  • InvestorPlace26 days ago

    Salesforce Earnings: Avoid CRM Stock on This Dip

    On news of the fiscal second-quarter earnings report, Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) stock is seeing little action in aftermarket trading. While CRM stock continues to grow at a strong pace, Wall Street has baked in much of the good news already — Salesforce’s stock is up roughly 50% year-to-date. Guidance disappointed — which is probably the main reason for the muted reaction of CRM stock.

  • Why Israel Is Terminating Its Microsoft Software Contracts
    Market Realist26 days ago

    Why Israel Is Terminating Its Microsoft Software Contracts

    The Israeli government plans to end some software licensing agreements with Microsoft (MSFT) at the end of the year. Israel spends about $27.0 million per year to license desktop and server software from Microsoft for its government offices, including Office and Windows software.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Visa, PNC, SAP, Sanofi and Ross
    Zacks26 days ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Visa, PNC, SAP, Sanofi and Ross

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Visa, PNC, SAP, Sanofi and Ross

  • Before Investing In SAP SE (FRA:SAP), Consider This
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Before Investing In SAP SE (FRA:SAP), Consider This

    If you are currently a shareholder in SAP SE (FRA:SAP), or considering investing in the stock, you need to examine how the business generates cash, and how it is reinvested.Read More...

  • Accel-KKR buys majority stake in SugarCRM with 9-figure investment
    American City Business Journalslast month

    Accel-KKR buys majority stake in SugarCRM with 9-figure investment

    Accel-KKR's investment is buying out some early investors in SugarCRM and giving it new funds to help it grow, including via acquisitions.

  • How Would Amazon Benefit by Dropping Oracle Databases?
    Market Realistlast month

    How Would Amazon Benefit by Dropping Oracle Databases?

    About a week after Amazon (AMZN) reported record quarterly profits for the second quarter, CNBC carried a story that said Amazon was close to moving completely off Oracle (ORCL) databases. Amazon would rely exclusively on its internally developed database technologies. Amazon declined to comment for the CNBC story, but the story cited confidential sources that said Amazon was on track to move away from Oracle databases by 2020.