SAP oznamuje dvojciferný rast v prvom štvrťroku 2008

Máj 6, 2008 Od SAP News 0

Trhový podiel firmy SAP v tomto období vzrástol o 7,6 percenta.

BratislavaSpoločnosť SAP (NYSE: SAP) dnes oznámila finančné výsledky za prvý štvrťrok tohto roku. Výsledky Business Objects sú započítané od 21. januára 2008.

Príjmy z predaja softvéru boli v tomto období 622 miliónov EUR (2007: 562 mil EUR), čo znamená 1 8 percentný rast pri zachovaní konštantného kurzu. Celkové príjmy spoločnosti vzrástli pri medziročnom porovnaní o 14 percent a predstavovali 2,46 mld. EUR (2007: 2,16 mld. EUR).

Celosvetovo spoločnosť SAP zvýšila v prvom štvrťroku svoj trhový podiel o 7,6 % na celkových 32,6 % (2007: 28,2 %), a to na základe údajov o veľkosti trhu aplikačného softvéru, ktorý je odhadovaný na 37,4 miliardy amerických dolárov, 4 % pochádzajú z organického rastu a 3,6% z akvizícií.

„Je mi potešením, že dnes môžeme oznámiť sedemnásty štvrťrok v poradí, ktorý skončil dvojciferným rastom.“ povedal Henning Kagermann, co-CEO, SAP AG na tlačovej konferencii usporiadanej pri príležitosti zverejnenia finančných výsledkov. „Náš stabilne silný výkon je možné pripísať vedúcemu postaveniu vo všetkých regiónoch na svete, čo z nás robí globálneho hráča na softvérovom trhu.“

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