|Bid||113.74 x 76700|
|Ask||113.84 x 56500|
|Day's range||112.32 - 114.54|
|52-week range||83.95 - 117.08|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.82|
|PE ratio (TTM)||41.69|
|Earnings date||18 Jul 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.50 (1.31%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
SAP Ariba will once again host its ever-popular Diversity & Leadership Forum at SAP Ariba Live, this year with Michèle Mees, a gender diversity expert, delivering the keynote address. Ms. Mees will highlight the benefits of gender balance in leadership and lead a discussion about how to create cultures that are welcoming to diversity.
HEIDELBERG, Germany--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Austrian Consulting Company wins two International Quality Awards Since 2005, SAP is honoring the best of the best SAP projects yearly in Europe, Middle East and Africa. ...
SAP Ariba adds Rana el Kaliouby, PhD, technology evangelist and pioneer in emotional artificial intelligence, as a keynote speaker at SAP Ariba Live in Barcelona. The premier global commerce conference will take place at the Barcelona International Convention Centre in Barcelona, Spain, 4-6 June.
Of the many categories in the tech world, none is more ferociously competitive than enterprise. For decades, SAP, Oracle, Adobe, Microsoft, IBM and Salesforce, to name a few of the giants, have battled to deliver the tools businesses want to become more productive and competitive. Last year alone, the top 10 enterprise acquisitions were worth $87 billion and included IBM’s acquiring Red Hat for $34 billion, SAP paying $8 billion for Qualtrics, Microsoft landing GitHub for $7.5 billion, Salesforce acquiring MuleSoft for $6.5 billion and Adobe grabbing Marketo for $4.75 billion.
Business Software Vendors' Latest: MSFT, IBM, SAP, ORCL, and ADBE(Continued from Prior Part)SAP is transitioning to the cloudActivist investor Elliott last month revealed that it owns shares worth ~$1.3 billion in SAP SE (SAP), representing a ~1.0%
Business Software Vendors' Latest: MSFT, IBM, SAP, ORCL, and ADBE(Continued from Prior Part)SAP says all the pieces are in placeSAP SE’s (SAP) buying other companies to help it strengthen its existing businesses and diversify into new markets has
The power today’s businesses have to impact human rights in the supply chain will take center stage at SAP Ariba Live in Barcelona with Amal Clooney, humanitarian and expert in international law and human rights, set to deliver a keynote address.
Elliott, which manages $34 billion in assets, disclosed its first large European tech investment on April 24, the day SAP announced quarterly results, saying it backed a new management goal of boosting operating margins by 5 percentage points through 2023. McDermott said it would be possible to hit the margin target by ensuring that revenue growth outpaced costs, indicating that there was no pressure from Elliott for further retrenchment after a recent round of job cuts.
Germany's SAP partnered with Apple in 2016 to rebuild mobile apps for its existing product lines, including human resources and expense management, to run natively on Apple's iOS operating system. Native apps are developed specifically for the device's hardware and software, meaning they run more smoothly than web or cloud-based apps designed to work across multiple platforms. It will also be possible to run the applications on Apple's Mac computer range, the companies said in a joint statement.
European shares had their worst session in more than six weeks on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve dampened rate cut bets, while gains by Volkswagen and Bayer helped cap losses. U.S. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell disappointed the doves on Wednesday, signaling little appetite to adjust interest rates anytime soon. Security researchers said up to 50,000 companies running SAP software are at greater risk of being hacked.
Up to 50,000 companies running SAP software are at greater risk of being hacked after security researchers found new ways to exploit vulnerabilities of systems that haven't been properly protected and published the tools to do so online. "Basically, a company can be brought to a halt in a matter of seconds," said Onapsis Chief Executive Mariano Nunez, whose company specializes in securing business applications such as those made by SAP and rival Oracle.
U.S. activist investor Elliott revealed a 1.2 billion euro ($1.3 billion/£1.04 billion) stake in SAP on Wednesday and said it supported a new management efficiency drive, sending shares in the German business software company to a record high. SAP has until now escaped the attention of activist investors, steered by co-founder and Chairman Hasso Plattner who has withstood tough competition from U.S. rivals and is still the biggest shareholder in the German company with 6.5 percent. It reported an adjusted operating margin of 24 percent for the first quarter as it grapples with a catch-up transition to cloud computing.
SAP soared 12.6 percent to an all-time high and gained more than 14 billion euros in market capitalization as activist investor Elliott Management disclosed a 1.2 billion euro ($1.35 billion) stake in the company and said it supported a new management efficiency drive. After opening lower weighed by signals that China has put broader stimulus on hold, the index briefly gained as strong earnings from Credit Suisse and SAP outweighed.
Chief Executive Officer Bill McDermott had committed to improve profitability and refrain from any more major deals at the 133 billion-euro ($150 billion) maker of enterprise software. Elliott Management Corp. announced Wednesday it had taken a stake of just under 1 percent in the Walldorf, Germany-based firm, the activist’s biggest tech investment since it built a holding in Samsung Electronics Co. three years ago. The fund, controlled by billionaire Paul Singer, declared the SAP holding just an hour after the German firm announced a new five-year plan to boost profit at its cloud business.
European markets gave back much of Tuesday’s gains as strong earnings elsewhere could not offset oil companies’ retreat. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) was down 0.1% to 390.9, after rising 0.
On a per-share basis, the Walldorf, Germany-based company said it had a loss of 11 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.02 per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. ...
Walldorf-based SAP reported a 26 percent increase in new cloud bookings for the first quarter at constant currencies, an acceleration from the October-December period. Separately, Elliott disclosed a stake of 1.2 billion euros ($1.3 billion) and said the stock has been “consistently undervalued” relative to its revenue growth. SAP shares rose as much as 7.1 percent as Chief Executive Officer Bill McDermott’s bets on the cloud business start to pay off.