Continues Continuing the best results in every quarter
SAP Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) announced the achievement of quarterly reports. In the first quarter of 2012, the results showed a growth of 19% year-over-year revenue for Non-IFRS software amounting to 123 million Euro (16% in value of the Euro exchange rate is fixed). This follows the results throughout 2011 which is the year’s best achievements in the history of the 40th anniversary of the founding of this company.
Steve Watts, President, SAP APJ said, “Quarter 1 of 2012 be the best achievement of the first quarter of APJ – and this is a double-digit growth quarter in a row that all nine for SAP. APJ region rose to become the engine of growth for the achievement of SAP globally consistent. Our key regional markets led once again by double-digit growth in the solid and particularly strong growth in developing markets. “
“The SAP customers to continue the positive response to our innovations in in memory (HANA), database and mobility . In the first quarter of 2012, we reached 28 million Euro for HANA revenues and earnings of 21 million Euro for mobile globally – a growth of more than 30% in the first quarter. SAP’s growth strategy based on innovations that focus on the customer and the positive results we show that our approach can be perceived by the market do well. We have a strong business channel and we continue to see strong demand for SAP innovations in the year 2012, “said Watts.
In Quarter 1 of 2012, Software Revenue Non-IFRS SAP APJ grows 19%, amounting to 123 million Euro (16% in value of the Euro exchange rate is fixed). Revenue Software and Related Services non-IFRS grew 22% for 440 million euros (16% in value of the Euro exchange rate is fixed), while Non-IFRS total revenue showed growth of 22% or 529 million Euro (16% on a currency exchange Euro is fixed).
“This year SAP reaches the age of 40 years, SAP APJ once again gave the best results in Quarter 1. Developing markets continue to grow faster than the overall APJ market, with the achievement of a very balanced across the region, “said Watts.
“We are very pleased to see sustainability and acceleration of the customer acceptance of our innovations. For example, Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ Bank) has signed a software license agreement for 4.5 million Australian Dollars for multi-channel banking solutions in Asia. Built on a platform Sybase 365 with SAP Marketing Sales and Service for Banking, multi-channel solutions will be deployed in Hong Kong, Singapore and China, “he added.