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May 13, 2014
08:10 EDTIM, SAPIngram 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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March 17, 2015
07:12 EDTSAPDeutsche Messe to hold a conference
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March 13, 2015
11:38 EDTSAPSAP CEO says media report on SAP and NSA 'misleading,' 'flawed'
SAP CEO Bill McDermott said, "Some recent media coverage about SAP HANA has been misleading and raised questions about SAP’s business activities in the public service and security sectors... We’re proud that our software is highly sought after by private businesses of all sizes, as well as by governments around the world -- from Germany and the European Union to Asia, Latin America and the United States. The subsidiaries we have created to work with governmental organizations in the U.S. and elsewhere are independently managed and are reviewed by independent external auditors. Claims that this setup allows access to customer data are false. In addition, there are no so-called "backdoors" built into SAP software and customer data cannot be retrieved externally. No company is more committed to data privacy and security than SAP." Reference Link

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