WALLDORF — SAP today announced it received the PR News CSR Award for its 2010 sustainability report. The interactive report covers the company’s innovations in the areas of software for energy management and sustainable operations, describes SAP’s efforts to transform into a more sustainable company and illustrates the overall importance of sustainability for businesses worldwide. The report features enhanced capabilities for engaging with readers, from interactive charts and stories of business transformation to a mechanism that allows readers to speak out on what matters to them.
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“We continue innovating our solutions for customers, our own operations and how we invest in society,” said Peter Graf, chief sustainability officer, SAP. “Our impact has been significant, from helping hundreds of millions of people consume healthy and safe products, to increasing our own energy efficiency for the fifth year in a row, all the way to impacting a million lives through our social investment activities. The ideas and passion of our customers, partners, employees, shareholders and the public are the source of our innovation that turns our vision of helping the world run better and improving people’s lives into a reality. We designed the SAP sustainability report to engage a year-round conversation with our stakeholders by using the report as a conversation starter.”
SAP published its fifth sustainability report in March 2012. Available at www.SAPSustainabilityReport.com, the report is linked and published concurrently with the 2011 Annual Report.
For more information, visit the SAP Newsroom. Follow SAP on Twitter at @sapnews and @sustainableSAP.
Evan Welsh, SAP, +1 (610) 203-9742, email@example.com, EDT