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May 13, 2014
08:10 EDTSAP, IMIngram Micro expands relationship with SAP in U.S.
Ingram Micro (IM) announced an expanded relationship under its U.S. distribution agreement with SAP America (SAP). The expanded relationship marks a significant milestone in Ingram Micro's existing distribution agreement with SAP in the U.S. and is being spearheaded by Ingram Micro's Advanced Computing Division with support from Ingram Micro's HP Business Unit. Ingram Micro will now provide analytics, database and enterprise mobility offerings from SAP to its U.S. channel partners. Ingram Micro will also distribute the pioneering SAP HANA platform, helping channel partners drive rapid innovation with accelerated analytics, business processes, data processing and predictive capabilities. In addition to SAP HANA, as well as SAP Business Objects and SAP Crystal solutions, Ingram Micro has also added to its solutions portfolio the SAP Lumira software.
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May 4, 2015
16:34 EDTSAPBenefitfocus announces reseller agreement with SAP
Benefitfocus (BNFT) announced the signing of a reseller agreement with SAP (SAP). SAP will resell Benefitfocus Marketplace as the SAP U.S. Benefits Management application by Benefitfocus. Through this agreement, SAP will offer customers in the U.S. a powerful, end-to-end human capital management solution that improves benefits administration efficiency and platform user experience throughout the employee lifecycle.
16:12 EDTIMIngram Micro sees Q2 EPS 50c-58c, consensus 57c
Sees Q2 sales to grow high-single digits in local currency and to be relatively flat in U.S. dollars when compared to prior year second quarter, consensus $10.83B.
16:11 EDTIMIngram Micro says plans to resume share repurchases
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16:11 EDTIMIngram Micro announces new $100M cost savings plan
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16:10 EDTIMIngram Micro reports Q1 EPS 43c, consensus 44c
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15:01 EDTIMNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include EOG Resources (EOG), consensus 0c... Anadarko Petroleum (APC), consensus (65c)... Vornado Realty (VNO), consensus $1.19... DaVita HealthCare (DVA), consensus 86c... Concho Resources (CXO), consensus 23c... Fidelity National Financial (FNF), consensus 32c... Cimarex Energy (XEC), consensus (37c)... UGI (UGI), consensus $1.18... Avis Budget (CAR), consensus 14c... Tenet Healthcare (THC), consensus 32c... AmeriGas (APU), consensus $2.51... Ingram Micro (IM), consensus 44c... XPO Logistics (XPO), consensus (22c)... Sunstone Hotel (SHO), consensus 19c... Post Properties (PPS), consensus 70c... Integrated Device Technology (IDTI), consensus 26c... Rosetta Resources (ROSE), consensus (8c)... InvenSense (INVN), consensus 12c... Stone Energy (SGY), consensus (19c).
11:49 EDTSAPSAP to host analyst and investor meeting
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06:26 EDTSAPSAP denies interest in buying Salesforce, Reuters reports
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May 1, 2015
16:26 EDTSAPSalesforce, SAP CEOs held strategy talks last year, Bloomberg says
Salesforce (CRM) CEO Marc Benioff and SAP (SAP) CEO Bill McDermott held strategy talks last year about potential strategic alliances, says Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter. The talks between the two CEOs included discussing a potential acquisition of Salesforce by SAP, added Bloomberg. Reference Link
16:05 EDTSAPSAP, Salesforce CEO's held talks last year, Bloomberg reports
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April 29, 2015
17:16 EDTSAPSalesforce could be worth $100/share in a takeover, says JPMorgan
After Bloomberg reported this afternoon that Salesforce has hired bankers to field takeover inquiries, JPMorgan analyst Mark Murphy told investors that he believes the stock could be worth $100 in a buyout. Shares closed the trading day up $7.76 to $74.65. A deal would be the largest in software history, and only a short list of companies could pull it off, Murphy wrote. Those companies are Microsoft (MSFT), Oracle (ORCL), IBM (IBM) and SAP (SAP), he believes. After pointing out JPMorgan has "no conclusive evidence to confirm or dispel the speculation," Murphy noted Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff was sitting in the front row of the Microsoft Build Conference this morning and that Oracle just raised $10B of debt. The analyst calls Salesforce a "rare asset" and the "pioneering leader of the cloud computing." He has an Overweight rating on the shares.
14:58 EDTSAPSalesforce hires bankers after approach by potential buyer, Bloomberg says
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April 23, 2015
06:39 EDTSAPMedidata appoints Rouven Bergmann to CFO effective May 18
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April 21, 2015
05:48 EDTIMIngram Micro enters partnership with Secure Channels
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05:23 EDTSAPSAP sees FY15 non-IFRS operating profit EUR 5.6B-EUR 5.9B at constant currencies
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05:20 EDTSAPSAP reports Q1 EPS EUR 0.35 vs. EUR 0.45 last year
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