SAP EMEA South Welcomes New Customer Partnerships and Celebrates Go-lives as SAP SE Announces Double-digit Cloud Revenue and Operating Profit Growth, and Total Revenue Growth, in its Q2 2023 Results


With SAP SE announcing 19% (+22% cc) cloud revenue growth, 5% (+8% cc) total revenue growth and operating profit (non-IFRS) up 23% (+28%cc), the SAP EMEA South region is pleased to welcome more than 290 new customer partnerships during the second quarter ending 30 June 2023. 

 These include: 

  •  Canal de Isabel II – The Spanish water company has embarked on a cross-cloud journey with RISE with SAP, SAP Industry Solution for Utilities, SAP Customer Data Cloud, SAP Emarsys Customer Engagement, SAP Sales & Service Cloud, SAP Cloud ERP, SAP Business Technology Platform and SAP Signavio 
  • Frinsa – The Spanish consumer products company – one of the largest European manufacturers of canned tuna and shellfish – has embarked on a cross-cloud journey with SAP Business Technology Platform, SAP Customer Data Cloud, SAP Emarsys Customer Engagement and SAP Sales & Service Cloud 
  • NEXI – The Italian “PayTech” company, present in high growth European markets, will base its digital transformation in the cloud on RISE with SAP. The new offering will allow NEXI to leverage intelligent technologies such as AI and machine learning for improved speed and accuracy, gain efficiencies to fund innovation, and transform mission-critical systems while mitigating business risk 
  • Sabadell Digital – The digital arm of Banco Sabadell has selected SAP SuccessFactors 

 As SAP continues to drive its cloud transformation agenda, go-lives and renewals are at the core of delivering customer success and value. Customers celebrating go-lives during the second quarter include: 

  •  González Byass – The family-owned Spanish wine and spirits producer is deeply committed to nature, promoting sustainability across all operations. Collaborating with suppliers, it adopts eco-friendly materials and recyclable packaging, guided by circular economy principles. Powered by the SAP Responsible Design and Production solution from Minsait, an Indra Company, they are now able to monitor the changing policy landscape, measure the impact of materials used, and act by fulfilling plastic tax and extended producer responsibility (EPR) obligations 
  • Koçtaş – The Turkish DIY retailer has gone live with SAP Customer Experience Commerce Marketplace Management by Mirakl 

Commenting on SAP SE’s Q2 2023 results, SAP EMEA South regional president Manos Raptopoulos said, “We had a very strong Q2 performance in the Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa region, highlighting the trust that our customers of all sizes and across all industries place in SAP to help them digitally transform. We are incredibly proud of the performance of our cloud business which underpinned our strong results, as well as our ability to attract new customers in the mid-market space. In very challenging economic times, our customers continue trusting SAP solutions to help them create more resilience, predictability, efficiency and innovation in their business.” 

   SAP SE’s full financial results for the second quarter ending 30 June 2023 can be found here.