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SAP Announces 2012 First Quarter Results

Germany April 25, 2012

  • 9th Consecutive Quarter of Double-Digit Growth in Non-IFRS Software and Software-Related Service Revenue
  • euro 2.63 Billion
  • euro 637 Million
  • euro 834 Million
  • euro 0.49
  • Free Cash Flow Up 35% to euro 2 Billion
  • euro 49 Million

SAP AG March 31, 2012

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Werner Brandt euro 2 billion

Bill McDermott

FINANCIAL RESULTS IN DETAIL

FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS – First Quarter 2012

 

First Quarter 2012(1)

IFRS

Non-IFRS(2)

euro million, unless otherwise stated

Q1 2012

Q1 2011

% change

Q1 2012

Q1 2011

% change

% change const. curr.(3)

Software

637

615

4

637

615

4

1

Support

1,953

1,708

14

1,954

1,725

13

11

Cloud subscriptions and support

29

4

625

35

4

775

725

Software and software-related service revenue

2,619

2,327

13

2,626

2,344

12

10

Total revenue

3,350

3,024

11

3,357

3,041

10

8

Total operating expenses

−2,719

−2,427

12

−2,523

−2,262

12

10

– thereof TomorrowNow litigation

7

−2

<-100

Operating profit

631

597

6

834

779

7

3

Operating margin (%)

18.8

19.7

−0.9pp

24.8

25.6

−0.8pp

−1.1pp

Profit after tax

444

403

10

583

528

10

Basic earnings per share (euro)

0.37

0.34

9

0.49

0.44

11

Number of employees (FTE)

59,420

53,872

10

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

1) All figures are preliminary and unaudited.

2) Adjustments in the revenue line items are for the revenue that would have been recognized had acquired entities remained stand-alone entities but that SAP is not permitted to recognize as revenue under IFRS as a result of business combination accounting rules. Adjustments in the operating expense line items are for acquisition-related charges, share-based compensation expenses, restructuring and discontinued activities. 

3) Constant currency revenue and operating profit figures are calculated by translating revenue and operating income of the current period using the average exchange rates from the previous year’s respective period instead of the current period. Constant currency period-over-period changes are calculated by comparing the current year’s non-IFRS constant currency numbers with the non-IFRS number of the previous year’s respective period.

Revenue – First Quarter 2012

  • euro 637 million euro 615 million
  • euro 2.62 billion euro 2.33 billion euro 2.63 billion euro 2.34 billion
  • euro 3.35 billion euro 3.02 billion euro 3.36 billion euro 3.04 billion

euro 7 million euro 17 million

Profit – First Quarter 2012

  • euro 631 million euro 597 million euro 834 million euro 779 million
  • IFRS operating margin was 18.8% (2011: 19.7%), a decrease of 0.9 percentage points. Non-IFRS operating margin was 24.8% (2011: 25.6%), or 24.5% at constant currencies, a decrease of 0.8 percentage points (a decrease of 1.1 percentage points at constant currencies).
  • euro 444 million euro 403 million euro 583 million euro 528 million euro 0.37 euro 0.34 euro 0.49 euro 0.44
  • The IFRS and non-IFRS effective tax rates in the first quarter of 2012 were 26.9% (2011: 30.9%) and 28.1% (2011: 31.0%), respectively.

euro 7 million euro 17 million euro 120 million euro 7 million euro 83 million euro 0 million euro 112 million euro 2 million euro 52 million euro 0 million euro 5 million euro 79 million euro 4 million euro 59 million euro 0 million euro 11 million euro 76 million euro 1 million euro 37 million euro 0 million


euro 2.07 billion euro 1.59 billion euro 1.96 billion euro 1.45 billion March 31, 2012 euro 5.18 billion December 31, 2011 euro 5.60 billion March 31, 2012 euro 845 million euro 1.64 billion December 31, 2011


February 16, 2012

On a stand-alone basis, SuccessFactors achieved a 69% increase in its 12 month billings from new business in the first quarter (compared to their first quarter 2011). SAP’s strong combination with SuccessFactors is allowing the Company to accelerate its strategy to become the leading cloud provider. SuccessFactors’ solutions are highly complementary to SAP’s core HCM offerings as well as SAP’s strong cloud assets: SAP Business ByDesign for the suite cloud market and SAP’s line of business cloud offerings for large enterprises such as SAP Sales on Demand.


  • euro 11.35 billion
  • euro 5.05 billion euro 5.25 billion euro 4.71 billion
  • The Company projects a full-year 2012 IFRS effective tax rate of 26.5% – 27.5% (2011: 27.9%) and a non-IFRS effective tax rate of 27.0% – 28.0% (2011: 26.6%).

In addition to the full-year outlook, SAP is providing the following outlook for the second quarter 2012:

  • euro 838 million
  • euro 2.59 billion





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First quarter February 21, 2012

TomorrowNow litigation update: Late last year Oracle filed a motion seeking an early appeal from the ruling vacating the jury’s damages award. The early appeal was denied by the judge January 6, 2012 USD 272 million June 18, 2012

February 17, 2012 More Transparency On Cloud Revenue: SAP Realigns Its Income Statement (Webmessage) online.

March 23, 2012 SAP`s Non-IFRS financial measures: 2012 estimates of the differences between IFRS and Non-IFRS (Webmessage) online.

For a more detailed description of all of SAP’s non-IFRS adjustments and their limitations as well as our constant currency and free cash flow figures see Explanation of Non-IFRS Measures online.


www.sap.com/investor


Wednesday, April 25th 2:00 PM (CEST) 1:00 PM (GMT) 8:00 AM (EDT) 5:00 AM (PDT) www.sap.com/investor


March 23, 2012 www.sap.com/investor

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