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SAP forms financial services
BERLIN (Reuters) - Business software group SAP said on Tuesday it was forming a joint venture with Munich-based investor Dediq to develop new digital solutions for banking and insurance.

At SAP, anything is possible

SAP started in 1972 as a team of five colleagues with a desire to do something new. Together, they changed enterprise software and reinvented how business was done.

Today, the same entrepreneurial spirit continues to drive our culture of creativity, diversity, and collaboration. We believe that together we can transform industries, grow economies, lift up societies, and sustain our environment. Because it’s the best-run businesses that make the world run better and improve people’s lives.

Our cloud ERP solutions, powered by technologies like the Internet of Things, Big Data, and more, make a real impact on the world. SAP helps companies revolutionize everything from cancer treatments to flood prevention. We invest in research that can save lives, and we’re passionate about sustainability and social responsibility. At SAP, we build breakthroughs, together. Join us and work in an enriching and fulfilling environment.

 Bring everything you are. Become everything you want.

Success is what you make it, and at SAP we’ll help you make it your own

What is life like at SAP?

At SAP, we know that success means different things to different people: from climbing the leadership ladder to striking the perfect work-life balance and everything in between.

At SAP, you can be whatever you want to be. Just be the best you are. We go to great lengths to help ensure you have every opportunity to succeed in your own way. To grow. To lead. To innovate. But no matter how you define success, collaboration will be a big part of your life at

More than 100,000 of us flourish in an environment that encourages open, free expression of ideas. Work alongside other creative thinkers from many different backgrounds – and collaborate to help the world run better and improve people’s lives.

SAP: A 49-year history of success

In 1972, five entrepreneurs in Germany (Dietmar Hopp, Hasso Plattner, Hans-Werner Hector, Klaus Tschira, and Claus Wellenreuther) had a vision for the business potential of technology.

Starting with one customer and a handful of employees, SAP set out on a path that would not only transform the world of information technology, but also forever alter the way companies do business. Now 49 years and more than 400,000 customers stronger, more than ever, SAP is fueled by the pioneering spirit that inspired its founders to continually transform the IT industry.

From inventing the enterprise software sector to helping the world run better

Powering opportunity through digital inclusion

SAP Corporate Social Responsibility focuses on three strategic program pillars: building digital skills, accelerating nonprofits and social enterprises, and connecting employees with purpose. Our goal? Ensure everyone can take part in and benefit from today’s digital world.

Explore our focus areas and initiatives

Innovation and education belong to all of us. Yet, data suggests that, by 2030, 880 million school-age children will not be prepared with skills necessary for the workforce.* SAP Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is tackling this issue head-on, powering opportunity through digital inclusion initiatives.

Building Digital Skills

SAP’s education initiatives help people reach the relevant 21st-century skills to thrive and secure decent meaningful work, including entrepreneurial pursuits, in a digital world.

Social Enterprise and Nonprofit Partnerships

SAP provides skills, technology expertise, and access to markets to accelerate our nonprofit and social enterprise partners’ ability to drive sustainable social impact and systemic change.

Employees with Purpose

SAP empowers our employees to take action around causes they care about. Find out more about our volunteer programs and how we made an impact.

UNICEF and SAP Partnership

SAP and UNICEF announced a global partnership to empower young people to thrive. Find out how this partnership is activating the unlimited potential of this generation.

SAP Social Sabbatical

SAP Social Sabbatical is the largest portfolio of pro bono volunteering programs designed to use and develop SAP talent while helping nonprofit organizations and social enterprises that focus on digital inclusion run at their best.

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