SAP's software powers many enterprises, but the company is in transition with new co-CEOs and a software as a service suite called Business ByDesign that targets the mid-market. SAP's software developer network is viewed as a powerful community that can deliver answers quickly. SAP is also betting heavily on business intelligence via its acquisition of BusinessObjects.
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SAP plans to spend AU$60 million on its Victorian staff and infrastructure over the next five years, following the launch yesterday of its Melbourne innovation centre.
Electricity generator and retailer rolls out SAP-based retail and billing systems and a new customer segmentation model.
The venture by the German enterprise software giant comes on the heels of a stream of other tech companies pledging investments throughout Africa's developing countries.
In the sports world, the same kinds of things you do for customer engagement, you do for fan engagement, according to SAP's chief marketing officer.
Argentina and Chile will top demand while Brazil will slow down, says Frost & Sullivan.
SAP's push behind its HANA in-memory platform may have raised awareness of the technology across business but that high profile is not yet necessarily translating into adoption.
SAP Australia and New Zealand has promoted its SAP Asia Pacific Japan regional lead for cloud and line of business solutions to the COO role.
Russian officials have asked the companies to hand over their source code so it can be tested for surveillance capabilities.
SAP has been moving its enterprise suite to the cloud for some time, and now it's embracing the open source cloud.
The German enterprise software giant already offers products for mid-market companies, but says the SMB division is designed specifically for businesses with 500 employees or less.
Despite a smaller-than-expected operaiting profit, the German software maker has raised its 2014 outlook for cloud-based products.
The companies say the partnership enables business users to leverage real-time location intelligence and unlock shared data in both Esri and SAP environments.
The German software giant is moving ahead full throttle with a number of initiatives centered around both connected and energy-efficient technologies in automobiles.
In late May, SAP released the latest version of their collaboration platform, Jam. Alan Lepofsky shares some insights about the product.