SAP SE New York Stock Exchange
Open: $140.85 High: $142.35 Low: $138.61 Close: $141.42
Range: 2021-06-23 - 2021-06-24
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SAP SE is a global software vendor, providing solutions for enterprise resource planning, database management, business intelligence, and vertical-specific software.
  • CEO: William R. Mcdermott
  • Employees: 93,846
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Application Software
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  • Here come the dividends

    Goldman Sachs sees companies opening up their checkbooks and paying out more dividends soon as businesses recover from the pandemic.

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  • Accounting Automation Solutions By BlackLine Complement New Rise With SAP® Offering

    BlackLine, Inc. (Nasdaq: BL) announced today that its market-leading cloud solutions for financial close complement the RISE with SAP offering, building on the company's success providing accounting automation solutions to hundreds of businesses using SAP® (NYSE: SAP) technology, including SAP S/4HANA® Cloud. The BlackLine solutions, offered as SAP Solution Extensions, align with the value proposition of RISE with SAP to help customers accelerate their digital transformations to become intellige

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  • Salesforce CEO: We're going to rebuild all of our technology to become Slack-first

    Salesforce's largest-ever acquisition is expected to close in the second quarter.

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  • SAP Investor Events in June 2021

    SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced the following events for investors:

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  • SAP Introduces Tools for Business Transformation, Productivity

    SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) unveiled the SAP Business Network at the global SAPPHIRE NOW conference for better business outcomes, navigation of changing economic and geopolitical conditions, and sustainability contribution enhancement. It announced multiple innovations for business process transformation and higher productivity. SAP’s Business Process Intelligence Solutions enabled organizations to analyze and improve their real-world business processes through the SAP Process Insights solution. The Veri

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  • SAP Expanding World's Largest Business Network

    At its global SAPPHIRE NOW® conference, SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) announced a bold vision to create new business communities able to improve business outcomes, better navigate changing economic and geopolitical conditions and enhance sustainability contributions. SAP unveiled the first step toward creating the world's largest business network with SAP® Business Network, which will bring together Ariba® Network, SAP Logistics Business Network and SAP Asset Intelligence Network. Over 5.5 million organiza

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  • Empowering Customers with New Innovations Announced at SAPPHIRE NOW®

    At its global SAPPHIRE NOW® conference, SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) unveiled SAP® Business Network, the first step in its bold vision to create new business communities able to improve business outcomes, better navigate changing economic and geopolitical conditions and enhance sustainability contributions.

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  • SAP Is Shifting to the Cloud. Why One Analyst Thinks That Will Boost the Stock.

    The strategy change is hurting SAP's financials, but it's also setting the stage for a revival in its fortunes. Bulls see SAP as a cheap and undervalued cloud play.

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  • Software Continues to Drive Digital Transformation: 5 Picks

    Efforts to automate workflow and digitize customer-end functions call for investing in software stocks like Adobe (ADBE), PTC, SAP, Progress Software (PRGS) and Cadence Design Systems (CDNS)

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  • Is SAP SE (SAP) A Smart Long-Term Buy?

    Vulcan Value Partners, an investment management firm, published its “Large Cap, Small Cap, Focus Composite, Focus Plus Composite, and All Cap Composite” first quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. Vulcan’s Large Cap Composite Fund delivered a 7.1% net return for the first quarter of 2021, 20.4% for the […]

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  • SAP Allows Customers to Access Support Easily and Without Disruption

    SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced it has integrated advanced support into its solutions to deliver the intuitive experience modern business users need. With artificial intelligence and machine learning, the Built-In Support concept from SAP moves support directly into the application, simplifying and accelerating customer interaction with an embedded, contextually aware digital support assistant. To meet customers wherever they are, Built-In Support has driven the delivery of cutting-edge tools and access to live support from experts in fewer steps, helping to improve business outcomes and increase value for SAP customers.

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  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: AT&T, SAP SE, Advanced Micro Devices, Snap and Capital One Financial

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: AT&T, SAP SE, Advanced Micro Devices, Snap and Capital One Financial

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  • Top Stock Reports for AT&T, SAP & Advanced Micro Devices

    Top Stock Reports for AT&T, SAP & Advanced Micro Devices

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  • BITZER Optimizes Global Procurement Operations with SAP® Ariba® Solutions

    SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that refrigeration and air conditioning technology manufacturer BITZER has implemented the SAP® Ariba® Buying solution with guided buying capability to help streamline and digitalize its procurement operations. With the SAP Ariba solution, BITZER, based in Sindelfingen, Germany, aims to drive a more efficient, paperless, transparent process from sourcing to payment as it executes on its global expansion plans.

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  • Polen Capital: SAP SE (SAP) Remains a High Conviction Investment for the Portfolio

    Polen Capital, an investment management firm, published its “Polen International Growth” first quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. A return of -1.14% was delivered by the fund for the Q1 of 2021, trailing its MSCI All Country World benchmark that delivered a 3.49% return for the same period. You […]

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  • BlackLine Receives 2021 SAP® Pinnacle Award For Partner of the Year In The Solution Extensions Category

    BlackLine, Inc. (Nasdaq: BL) announced today that it received the 2021 SAP® Pinnacle Partner of the Year Award in the Solution Extensions category, recognizing its outstanding contributions as an SAP partner. SAP (NYSE: SAP) presents these awards annually to those partners that have excelled in developing and growing their partnership with SAP while helping customers run better. Winners and finalists in 28 categories were chosen based on recommendations from SAP, customer feedback and performance indicators. BlackLine is an SAP platinum partner with a global reseller agreement under which BlackLine's cloud-based solutions are offered as SAP Solution Extensions, and one of only 21 partners that received an SAP Pinnacle Award from more than 20,000 SAP partners worldwide.

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  • 4 Stocks to Tap the Growing Social Media Analytics Market

    Social media analytics is becoming an essential part of business decisions and marketing strategies, making it wise to look at names like Adobe (ADBE), SAP (SAP), salesforce (CRM) and Oracle (ORCL)

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  • SAP Discloses Investment by Chairman’s Charity in Joint Venture

    The German software company said the Hasso Plattner Foundation had invested in a financial-services joint venture SAP had created, and denied any wrongdoing in not disclosing the investment earlier.

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  • IBM looks to 'unlock value' with new AI and cloud initiatives

    IBM is doubling down on hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence as CEO Arvind Krishna takes steps to modernize the legacy company’s tech business.

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  • IBM Launches New Cloud, AI Services in Bid to Modernize Business

    (Bloomberg) -- International Business Machines Corp. is rolling out a new product that will help businesses automate tasks, capitalizing on the rise of chat bots and virtual assistants during the pandemic and taking another step in its pivot toward cloud services and artificial intelligence.The tool, called Watson Orchestrate, uses artificial intelligence to select and sequence the prepackaged skills needed to perform a task across sales, human resources, or operations functions. It will be compatible with Slack Technologies Inc. and email as well as connect to business applications like Inc., SAP SE and Workday Inc. The product is expected to be available later this year.“We will look back on this year and last as the moment the world entered the digital century in full force,” said Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna in a statement. “In the same way that we electrified factories and machines in the past century, we will use hybrid cloud to infuse AI into software and systems in the 21st century.”Watson Orchestrate is one of a slate of new offerings and initiatives IBM is unveiling at its annual Think Conference, where its evolution from century-old company into a modern enterprise will be on full display. The pandemic accelerated the adoption of cloud services, a trend Krishna has been keen to optimize since he took over as CEO last year, and as part of an effort to revive growth after years of shrinking revenue.IBM is focusing on what it calls hybrid-cloud, which allows companies to use a combination of their own data centers and computing resources leased from others and accessed online. The strategy fueled IBM’s 2019 acquisition of Red Hat, a deal Krishna helped arrange, for about $34 billion. IBM is also betting that corporate users will adopt AI in more of their systems.The Armonk, New York-based company partnered with Ernst & Young LLP to create a hub that will focus on offering regulatory compliance, digital trust and security services to financial services companies through IBM’s hybrid cloud platform. IBM is also adding an upgrade to its Cloud Pak for Data service that the company said will generate answers to queries eight-times faster, and it’s rolling out Project CodeNet, an open source dataset with millions of lines of code to speed up businesses applications of artificial intelligence.The new offerings come on the heels of IBM introducing its 2 nanometer chip, which is the world’s smallest and first chip of that size. IBM is working closely with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. and Intel Corp. to bring the chips to market, Krishna said on a call with journalists, adding that the ongoing semiconductor shortage is “very worrisome.”Watch: IBM Unveils World’s Smallest, First 2 Nanometer Chip (Video)IBM’s rivals, including Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google, have also been moving to expand the use of AI for cloud computing customers across a variety of industries. Microsoft, for example, introduced new tools last year for doctors to use chat bots to more easily communicate with patients. Google announced a tie-up in February with Ford Motor Co. that will provide data analytics to the factory floor and let drivers use voice-recognition technology in their cars. Cloud software maker ServiceNow Inc has acquired several AI companies to refine products that help clients automate numerous personnel, customer service and information technology tasks.Krishna reaffirmed IBM is “on a path to sustained mid-single digit growth over the medium term,” and that the new offerings would eventually translate into revenue growth as clients increase adoption.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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