back to article SAP's cloud revenues swell 45% – just don't ask about the gaping €136m hole in profits

SAP's cloud biz is ballooning, but aggressive restructuring efforts and charges related to the recent $8bn buy of Qualtrics have resulted in an operating loss of €136m for Q1 of its fiscal 2019. Total revenue for the three months ended 31 March stood at €6.09bn, up 16 per cent year-on-year. The German enterprise software …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Can we get Carl Icahn to invest in SAP? And maybe Oracle?

    1. Alistair
      Windows

      How about both. Then 'merge the synergies' and 'return stockholder value'.

      Damn, that would be a meltdown of enterprise environments that might just rival the collapse of the straights of Gibraltar. An absolute waterfall of synergies.

  2. Stretch

    No mention of hybris, but you talk about C/4HANA vapourware... Maybe you should look into this a bit more.

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