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SAP Announces Recipients of 2016 SAP Pinnacle Awards

April 21, 2016 by SAP News 130

WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced recipients of the 2016 SAP Pinnacle Awards, recognizing partner contributions to customer success and innovation.

The awards are presented annually to the top SAP partners that have excelled in elevating their partnership with SAP, helping businesses around the world Run Simple.

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Winners and finalists in 19 categories were chosen based on recommendations from the SAP field, customer feedback and performance indicators in the umbrella categories of Build, Service and Sell, with each category including a Customers’ Choice award, which recognizes a customer-nominated SAP partner.

“Winning the SAP Pinnacle Award is a tremendous accomplishment,” said Rodolpho Cardenuto, president of SAP Global Channels & General Business. “Only 16 companies in our ecosystem of 13,000 partners received this recognition. These select partners should be very proud of their success.”

Kevin Ichhpurani, executive vice president of SAP Strategic Business Development & Global Ecosystem, added, “The SAP Pinnacle Award winners represent the very best in our partner community, and we congratulate these top-performing partners for a well-deserved 2016 SAP Pinnacle Award.”

Award recipients will be formally recognized at the SAP Global Partner Summit, being held on May 16, 2016, in conjunction with the SAPPHIRE NOW conference, being held May 17-19 in Orlando, Florida.

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Jason Loesche, +1 (484) 437-0015, j.loesche@sap.com, ET

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