WALLDORF, Germany — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that it has filed the SAP Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2017 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and is accessible online at www.sap.com/investors/sap-2017-annual-report-form-20f.
SAP also announced that the SAP Integrated Report 2017 is now available and accessible online at www.sapintegratedreport.com. The SAP Integrated Report 2017 discusses the financial and non-financial factors that influence SAP’s performance.
In the reports, SAP reaffirmed its previously published (January 30, 2018) business outlook.
The SAP Integrated Report discusses the company’s social, environmental and financial performance. Many of our non-financial indicators, such as Employee Engagement Index, employee retention, Business Health Culture Index, and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, have developed positively or remained at a high level over the past year. SAP measured the monetary impact on operating profit that these four non-financial KPIs have. You can view this analysis at www.sap.com/integrated-reports/2017/en/connectivity.html.
“A holistic approach to managing the company helps us achieve our goals,” said Luka Mucic, Chief Financial Officer, SAP. “I am proud that it is not only our financial results that are strong. In fact, most of the non-financial indicators that we focus on as a company have developed positively as well.”
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SAP will host the annual Capital Markets Day in New York City on March 6, 2018. SAP senior management will give more detail about the innovation growth drivers behind our 2020 ambitions. The event will be broadcast live on our Web site www.sap.com/investor.
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