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    • Cool Things about SAP
      May 2010
    • OUR WORLD RUNS
      GREENER
      BUILDING WINDMILLS FROM ELECTRIC BILLS SAP is helping Ecotricity create a greener planet by powering people’s homes and businesses with clean, renewable energy harnessed by the wind.
    • OUR WORLD RUNS
      FRESHER
      FROM COW TO CONSUMER IN 12 HOURS
      SAP helps Arla Foods provide millions of people across Eastern Europe access to fresher, healthier, organic milk, free of additives, preservatives, and pesticides.
    • OUR WORLD RUNS
      HEALTHIER
      LIFESAVING MEDICAL CARE
      SAP is helping Doctors Without Borders to save lives in war-torn and disaster-stricken cities and villages around the world.
    • SAP CUSTOMERS PROCESS 2.5 BILLION UTILITY BILLS PER YEAR
    • SAP CUSTOMERS MANAGE 50 MILLION BANK ACCOUNTS
    • SAP CUSTOMERS PRODUCE 2.2 MILLION TONS OF CHOCOLATE PER YEAR
    • More Cool Things about SAP
      Use the following slides only for conversations/ supporting facts
    • Do you like chocolate?
      A mouth-watering
      65% of annual global chocolate production runs via SAP systems.
      Chocolate is one of the world’s favourite treats, but did you know 50 million people around the globe rely on its main ingredient cocoa for their livelihood?
       
      Two-thirds of the annual global chocolate production runs via SAP systems - bringing enjoyment to consumers and employment to producers.
      1
      Enjoyment
    • Can software make a difference?
      SAP systems help make essential foods and goods affordable for rural India.
      India is the second most populated country in the world. Yet despite its growing economic prosperity, around two-thirds of its 1.17 billion citizens live in rural areas - and one-third below the national poverty line.
       
      Thanks to SAP software, Hindustan subsidiary of a global food company is able to optimize supply chain efficiency and keep its distribution costs to a minimum -enabling them to deliver affordable goods to India’s rural population.
      2
      Helping others
      Link to article on SAP Corporate Portal
    • What’s a tree’s lifespan?
      SAP helps manage
      New Zealand’s sustainable plantation forests - and protect its natural forests.
      Thanks to a century of careful planning
      and conservation policies, nearly all of
      New Zealand’s industrial wood needs are
      met from sustainable tree plantations.
       
      SAP applications enable a leading owner of plantation forests, to plan 50 to 60 years into the future to ensure maximum yield - and maximum protection of its natural forests.
      3
      Sustainability
      Link to article
    • Do you wish you had left the car at home?
      A Congestion Charge encourages people to choose other forms of transport, simultaneously reducing traffic and pollution.
      If you don’t pay the £8 daily charge within 24 hours of driving into the charging zone, a £100 penalty charge notice is generated by a single user version of SAP BusinessObjects Crystal Reports.
      4
      Environment
    • Can we live in harmony?
      SAP helps bears and people live together while protecting Alaska’s endangered Black Bears.
      A City in Alaska’s is surrounded by prime Black Bear habitat. It is common to see dangerous bears wandering through the city, attracted by food waste and litter.
      To ensure that the local community and endangered bear population live together in harmony, the Police Department uses SAP BusinessObjects to track and analyze the public’s reports of bear sightings.
      Alaskan Black Bear
      5
      Protecting animals
      http://www.juneau.org/bears/BearCallReports.php
    • Forgotten something?
      SAP BusinessObjects reports recently helped to catch a gang of French bank robbers.
      When thieves broke into a French bank vault, they left behind the acetylene gas canisters used for powering their cutting torches.
      Using the serial numbers on the canisters, an SAP BusinessObjects customer, ran reports identifying who had bought the gas - helping the police to catch the criminals!
      6
      Social responsibility
    • What can you do in
      10 seconds?
      a hardware manufacturer can ship 30 printers, 20 PCs and 1 server!
      Astonishing, but true! SAP-driven supply chain, which is managed using SAP SCM solutions, ships a remarkable 30 printers, 20 PCs and one server every 10 seconds.
      Is there another software product on the planet that can match this sort of performance?
      7
      Speed
      Link to article
    • Who has the world’s largest SAP database?
      A music seller has sold over 6 billion songs and has dramatically changed the music industry. SAP has been an integral part of it from the start.
      The music seller first came to prominence in 2003. Every song ever soldhas been billed through an SAP Billing application.
      8
      Scale
      Link to article
    • How do you make the world’s cheapest car?
      Manufactured in India with the help of SAP, the car manufacturer produce a inexpensive and highly fuel efficientcar
       
      Designed to make motoring accessible to the masses, the tiny car, is expected to give a significant boost to the Indian economy and expand the Indian car market by up to 65%.
      9
      Innovation
      Link to article
      Link to customer story
    • How much of the world’s economy runs on SAP?
      70%
      According to figures unveiled at SAPPHIRE 2009, an astonishing 70% of the world economy’s transactions touch an SAP system in some way, shape or form.
      10
      Global economy
      Link to Sapphire 2009 video
    • How much of the world’s economy runs on SAP?
      70%
      According to figures unveiled at SAPPHIRE 2009, an astonishing 70% of the world economy’s transactions touch an SAP system in some way, shape or form.
      This is the basis for our Employee Value Proposition (EVP):
      “At SAP, you can impact the way business is run!”
      10
      Global economy
      Link to Sapphire 2009 video
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