“We have the strongest pipeline ever”, Snabe tells Reuters insider

by Barry Bishop (SAP AG), Jul 30th, 2012

SAP co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe talked to Axel Threlfall from Reuters Insider about the quarterly earnings, stating that despite the Euro crisis SAP delivered rock solid numbers in Q2 2012. “We are facing the new reality of uncertainty”, Snabe said “but this does not mean that companies aren’t investing in innovative software from SAP”. “You can grow when you are innovation, even in tough times – we have seen global growth, also in Europe” Snabe added: “We have the strongest pipeline ever”, he told the network and therefore SAP confirms its full year guidance of double digit growth.

We have the strongest pipeline ever

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