SAPs stock price took a deep dive when it acquired Qualtrics. Will it be able to recover? [shutterstock: 68103547, Sergey Orlov]

SAPs stock price took a deep dive when it acquired Qualtrics. Will it be able to recover? [shutterstock: 68103547, Sergey Orlov]

SAP Stock Market Deep Dives

SAP’s stock price took a hit when it acquired Qualtrics. But apparently, shareholders have come to terms with it already - even saying that this deep dive has been accounted for.

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Experience matters was the motto of FKOM 2019. While that's true, there are other much more important things. [shutterstock: 633513077, Anton Gvozdikov]

Experience matters was the motto of FKOM 2019. While that's true, there are other much more important things. [shutterstock: 633513077, Anton Gvozdikov]

Experience Matters – But So Do Reliable Products

SAP’s FKOM in Barcelona this year seemed to excite its employees and partners, but its customers not so much - and there is a good reason for that.

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SAP had to pull the rope on the golden parachute. What does this mean? Well, Bill McDermott would like to know that too, apparently. [shutterstock: 744038299, rogistok]

SAP had to pull the rope on the golden parachute. What does this mean? Well, Bill McDermott would like to know that too, apparently. [shutterstock: 744038299, rogistok]

SAP’s Golden Parachute

During the annual press conference held at SAP headquarters this week, CEO Bill McDermott and CFO Luka Mucic made some interesting statements. However, they did fail to provide a reasonable strategy for SAP’s uncertain future.

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Artificial intelligence might be the hero SAP customers deserve - but not the one they need right now. [shutterstock: 103769108, Malchev]

Artificial intelligence might be the hero SAP customers deserve - but not the one they need right now. [shutterstock: 103769108, Malchev]

S/4 Hana: Can AI Save SAP Customers?

Hana and S/4 have been much discussed topics in the last few months. However, it is still important to talk about them - as SAP customers might fail miserably trying to implement them.

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