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SAP reports best ever results for 2011

SAP, which employs 900 people in Ireland, said it had performed better than ever in 2011 with record revenue and profit.

25th January, 2012
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SAP joint CEOs Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe pose for a photograph during a news conference in Frankfurt.

SAP, which employs 900 people in Ireland, said it had performed better than ever in 2011 with record revenue and profit.

Full year software revenue rose 25 per cent at constant currencies to €4 billion, it said.

It reported strong top line results with double-digit software revenue growth in all regions, resulting in year over year total revenue growth of €1.7 billion and a record cash flow.

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