JIM HAGEMANN SNABE
Cloud computing an opportunity, not drain on existing model: SAP's Jim Hagemann Snabe
In his last quarter of $22-bn SAP, Jim Hagemann Snabe outlines achievements of his 4-yr tenure as co-CEO. Defending the joint CEO model, he discusses why he was stepping down in May.
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SAP’s McDermott counts on faster decision-making as sole CEO
Having product road map, sales and personnel actions dealt with by a single CEO ...
Sense & respond, don't just budget & report: Jim Hagemann Snabe, SAP
'I call that sense and respond, rather than budget and report,' Snabe tells ET in an exclusive interview. A mathematician, Snabe, focuses on strategy and innovation.
Global tech giants,SAP AG and Deutsche Bank, place their bets on joint CEO model
Two is better than one, says Jim Hagemann Snabe, the global co-CEO of the business software firm. Snabe has been sharing the hot seat.
SAP open to expanding cooperation with HP: Report
German business software maker SAP is open to intensifying its existing cooperation with Hewlett-Packard Co, its co-CEO told a German paper, but dismissed talk HP may be interested in the company.
Ability to think like a startup important, says SAP’s Vishal Sikka
Upstart rivals such as Salesforce are not a big threat, but the ability of SAP to think like a startup is the important concern, Sikka has said.
'SAP plans to get more customer-centric , realign Indian team'
ET talks to Peter Gartenberg, 51, the new managing director for business software maker SAP India.
SAP plans to acquire small cos in India
European software giant SAP is looking to acquire small companies in India as part of its plan to grow in the Asia-Pacific region.
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