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As software company SAP switches to the cloud, fewer staff will be needed on site.
SAP, one of the world's largest software-application companies, overnight released healthy results for its fourthquarter, but said it planned to cut 3,000 staff in the face of tough economic times.
Despite a good year and healthy fourth quarter, the German software company plans to cut staff in the tough economic climate
News that SAP is cutting 3,000 jobs in an effort to save €300-350 million is a good thing. No - it's not fun if your name gets pulled out of the hat but the company would have been crazy to do nothing or keep quiet.
SAP said Wednesday that it will cut 3,000 jobs as 2009 will "remain challenging" and offer "limited visibility."The layoffs are designed to save 300 million to 350 million euro starting in 2010, the company said in a statement.
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SAP has jumped on the iPhone bandwagon, announcing that a version of its salesforce automation software coming out this month will be compatible with the Jobs iPod/phone.iPhone support comes ahead of more popular business smart phones--BlackBerry, Treo and Microsoft devices.
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Plans for this year also point to the German company hiring 500 more workers in the United States, where sales are on an upswing.
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