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die Zahlen hervorragend werden, wird fleißig gekauft. Nachdem die Tatsachen dann vorliegen, ist die Phantasie raus und der Kurs fällt wieder. Ein Sache die immer wieder passiert, bei allen möglichen Aktien und zu verschiedensten Anlässen.
'Sell on good news' habe ich nun auch schon häufig genug gesehen, um mich nicht mehr darüber zu wundern. Bin leider auch selbst schon Leidtragender dessen geworden :-(. Bestes Beispiel für echte Zahlenzockerei war z.B. Anfang der Woche EBookers (EB6). Ob die SAP Zahlen wirklich nicht gut waren, weiß ich nicht genau. Hab's nur nebenbei im Heute-Journal aufgeschnappt.
Die Zahlen sind m.E. sehr gut, so billig werden wir SAP wohl lange nicht mehr bekommen...
SAP REPORTS THIRD QUARTER RESULTS Revenues Up 27% Operating Income (excluding STAR) Up 89% mySAP.com Revenue Share Up to 61% WALLDORF - October 19, 2000 -- SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), the leading provider of collaborative e-business software solutions, today announced its results for the quarter ended September 30, 2000. In the third quarter, revenues rose 27% over the same period last year to EUR 1.42 billion (1999: EUR 1.12 billion). Operating income before charges for the employee stock appreciation rights program (STAR) was up 89% to EUR 202 million (1999: EUR 107 million). Pre-tax profit excluding STAR increased 100% to EUR 208 million (1999: EUR 104 million); pre-tax profit including STAR increased 95% to EUR 154 million (1999: EUR 79 million). Net income in the quarter increased 96% to EUR 88 million (1999: EUR 45 million). Third quarter earnings per share increased 100% to EUR 0.28 per share (1999: EUR 0.14). Sales of mySAP.com, SAP's leading e-business platform, accelerated to EUR 294 million in the quarter or 61% of total license revenues, compared to 47% in the second quarter. New customers accounted for 49% of mySAP.com sales. "In the third quarter, mySAP.com established itself as the leading e-business platform," said Hasso Plattner, Co-Chairman and CEO of SAP AG. "The market clearly understands the power of our new solutions and the number of installed supply chain, customer relationship management and business intelligence systems is growing rapidly. We are going to capitalize on this deepened understanding to speed acceptance of our new technology." In the third quarter, product revenues increased to EUR 913 million (1999: EUR 611 million). License revenues, which are comprised of mySAP.com sales as well as component based software sales, rose 53% to EUR 480 million (1999: EUR 314 million). Consulting revenues increased 2% to EUR 404 million (1999: EUR 398 million). Training revenues grew 6% to EUR 95 million (1999: EUR 90 million). In the third quarter, SAP's operating margin (before STAR) improved to 14% from 10% in last year's third quarter. STAR expenses for the quarter increased 116% to EUR 54 million (1999: EUR 25). "We had a very good third quarter as mySAP.com awareness grew and our US organization continued to rebuild," said Henning Kagermann, Co-Chairman and CEO of SAP AG. "Moving into the fourth quarter, we expect demand to keep growing. While the fourth quarter of 1999 was extremely strong, we still expect solid top line improvement for the fourth quarter of 2000." Nine Months Results Sales for the first nine months of 2000 grew 19% to EUR 4.1 billion from EUR 3.46 billion in the same period last year. Pre-tax profit in the first nine months before charges for STAR were up 60% to EUR 830 million (1999: EUR 520 million); pre-tax profit including STAR decreased 11% to EUR 442 million (1999: EUR 499 million). Net income in the first nine months fell by 9% to EUR 260 million (1999: EUR 285). Highlights in the Quarter New mySAP.com customers in the 3rd quarter include: in the Americas, Exxon Mobil, Molex, Interconnect Technologies Division; in Europe, Air Liquide, Eggsbenefit.com, Usinor; in Asia/Pacific, Cheil Jedang, Kyushu Electric Power Company, Singapore Airlines, Tokyo Broadcasting System. SAP AG unveiled a wide-ranging, global advertising and promotional awareness campaign designed to build upon its success as the world's leading provider of e-business solutions. The announcement was made in September at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, site of the SAP United States Grand Prix Formula One racing, one of the most famous racing venues in the world. The campaign includes print and television advertisements to be run in more than 25 countries. SAPMarkets Inc., the SAP AG subsidiary dedicated to creating and powering globally interconnected business-to-business marketplaces, and Commerce One, Inc. announced availability of both MarketSet and Enterprise Buyer, their jointly developed next-generation e-business offerings that combine Commerce One's leading e-marketplace infrastructure with e-procurement, supply chain, product planning and analysis applications from SAP and SAPMarkets. The SAPMarkets and Commerce One "dream team" have now delivered their first joint solution to e-marketplace customers: the "Quadrem" Metals and Mining procurement marketplace, created by 16 companies in a $200 billion procurement market, and "Enporion", an open, global exchange for the energy industry founded by five North American power utilities. Other significant customer wins include corProcure, ForestExpress and the marketplace for the engineering industry ec4ec (more see: www.sapmarkets.com). SAP AG announced a broad realignment of its global development force of almost 6,000 people worldwide. SAP is establishing six General Business Units (GBUs) to manage its applications development activities; seven Industry Business Sectors, responsible for the development of mySAP.com industry solutions; and three additional GBUs, responsible for particular technologies. The changes will create a more nimble organization, enabling SAP to better respond to the fast-changing needs of its customers and the overall market.
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