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SAP AG: CSR & Sustainability news

SAP AG is a German software corporation that makes enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. Headquartered in Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg, with regional offices around the world, SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software. The company’s best known products are its enterprise resource planning application (SAP ERP), its enterprise data warehouse solution – SAP Business Warehouse, SAP BusinessObjects software, and most recently, Sybase mobile products and in-memory computing appliance SAP HANA.

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3p Weekend: 7 Companies That Make Employee Volunteering a Priority

To give you a bit of a mental boost this afternoon, we rounded up seven industry-leading companies that are make employee volunteering a…
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SAP’s ‘Autism at Work’ Initiative: An Insatiable Appetite for Improvement

In May of last year, SAP announced the launch of Autism at Work -- a unique global initiative to employ people on the…
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Twitter Chat Recap: Can Corporate Sustainability & Economic Growth Coexist?

Last week, CSRWire's Aman Singh and I convened a twitter chat with with SAP's @PeterGGraf, BSR's @AronCramer, CDP's @TopNigel. We discussed the intricacies…
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Can Corporate Sustainability & Economic Growth Coexist? A Twitter Chat With SAP, BSR and CDP

Join TriplePundit and CSRWire for a live Twitter Chat about sustainability and technology with SAP, BSR, and CDP at #SustyBiz on April 11,…
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Video Interview: Peter Graf, CSO EVP at SAP

I had a chance to sit down with Peter and talk about SAP's recently released integrated report, the process for putting it together…
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Why Sustainable MBAs Should Work for ExxonMobil and JP Morgan

Sustainable MBA students want to work for responsible companies like Unilever, Nike, SAP and M&S, but what about the ‘bad’ guys? Wouldn’t it…
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SAP and the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation Partner to Support Rural Workers

In an effort to bring technology to rural communities in Colombia, SAP announced last week that it has joined forces with the Colombian…
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Ghanian Shea Butter Non-Profit Collective Shifts to For-Profit Model

The StarShea Network, developed through a multilateral partnership between SAP and PlaNet Finance to improve Ghana's shea butter supply chain, has transitioned to…
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World Bank, SAP Jointly Address Skills Development in Africa

SAP Africa, a subsidiary of SAP AG, and the World Bank are moving forward with plans to collaborate on skills development in Africa.
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Women in CSR: Brittany Lothe, SAP

Brittany Lothe, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, SAP, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.
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How SAP Helped Bring Efficiency to São Paulo’s Electric Utility

Through the lens of sustainability, the savings in energy from this system are probably modest, but reducing costs while still maintaining jobs and…
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Four Leaders Share How to Manage Sustainability Metrics

The metrics used to measure an organization's non-financial performance present a churning assortment of evolving standards. At the recent Sustainable Brands “New Metrics…
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Friday Anecdote: How SAP Labs’ Sustainability Culture Made Buses More Efficient

A cultural commitment to sustainability led SAP Labs' developers to create a better company bus system, ultimately leading to new business as well.
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Unilever and SAP: Raising the Corporate Bar in Africa

In contrast with the history of western corporations laying waste to African villages, modern-day companies SAP and Unilever are thriving in Africa -…
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The CSR Officer: What if a Company Doesn’t Have One?

How can a company interested in doing more for the community, but does not have a dedicated CSR officer or manager, move forward?