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SAP hikes dividend payout to at least 40 percent of profit

FRANKFURT German business software maker SAP said on Wednesday it had hiked its dividend payout ratio and proposed a 12 percent hike in its annual payout for 2017.

SAP hikes dividend payout to at least 40 percent of profit

FRANKFURT German business software maker SAP said on Wednesday it had hiked its dividend payout ratio and proposed a 12 percent hike in its annual payout for 2017.

SAP hikes dividend payout to at least 40 pct of profit

FRANKFURT, Feb 21 German business software maker SAP said on Wednesday it had hiked its dividend payout ratio and proposed a 12 percent hike in its annual payout for 2017.

BRIEF-SAP Raises Dividend Policy To 40 Pct Or More Of Profit After Tax ​

* SAP RAISES DIVIDEND POLICY TO 40% OR MORE OF PROFIT AFTER TAX; RECOMMENDS A DIVIDEND OF €1.40 PER SHARE

SAP pushes into sales tracking market with $2.4 billion Callidus buy

WALLDORF, Germany German business software group SAP's $2.4 billion deal to buy sales performance tracking firm Callidus pushes it further into the marketing arena and positions it to better compete with rivals Salesforce and Oracle.

SAP CEO targets margins, bullish on world economy

WALLDORF, Germany Germany's SAP will drive margin expansion this year by streamlining its business, CEO Bill McDermott told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.

SAP CEO targets margins, bullish on world economy

WALLDORF, Germany Germany's SAP will drive margin expansion this year by streamlining its business, CEO Bill McDermott told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.

SAP pushes into sales tracking market with $2.4 billion Callidus buy

WALLDORF, Germany German business software group SAP's $2.4 billion deal to buy sales performance tracking firm Callidus pushes it further into the marketing arena and positions it to better compete with rivals Salesforce and Oracle .

SAP pushes into sales tracking market with $2.4 bln Callidus buy

WALLDORF, Germany Jan 30 German business software group SAP's $2.4 billion deal to buy sales performance tracking firm Callidus pushes it further into the marketing arena and positions it to better compete with rivals Salesforce and Oracle.

BRIEF-HCL Technologies Enters Global Reseller Agreement With SAP SE

* SAP TO RESELL HCL NEXT-GENERATION MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, OVERHAUL SOLUTION UNDER BRAND NAME SAP® ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT Source text: http://bit.ly/2GvSozA Further company coverage:

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