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    • Sustainabilityand SAPThe Next Level of Business Process ExcellenceAugust 6, 2009
      Jim Davis
      Executive Director, Sustainability Climate & Energy
    • SAP as Exemplar
      SAP asEnabler
      SAP’s Dual Strategy
      Sustainability
      Transform SAP into a role model for sustainability
      Lead the marketof sustainability solutions
      © SAP 2009 / Page 2
      © SAP 2009 / Page 2
    • SAP On-line Sustainability Reportwww.sap.com/about/sustainability
    • 900
      SAP’s Big Lever Is Enabling Customers
      [Example: Carbon footprint SAP itself, SAP products, customers in Mio tons CO2e]
      ESTIMATE
      ~4,000-5,000
      x 100
      ~40-45
      The CO2 footprint of SAP’s customer base is about 10,000 times larger than that of SAP.
      x 100
      ~ 0.5
      SAP customers’ footprint*(SAP as enabler ofsustainablebusinessprocesses)
      SAP's own footprint(SAP as exemplar)
      Footprint of SAP's products in use**(SAP as enabler ofGreen IT)
      * 75% of Fortune 1000 companies;
      ** Assume avg 1000 users per SAP 50,000 customers
      © SAP 2009 / Page 4
    • SAP Runs SAP
      SAP Printing Dashboard
      SAP Commuter Dashboard
      SAP Energy Dashboard
      SAP Carbon Impact
      SAP Sustainability Report
      © SAP 2009 / Page 5
      © SAP 2009 / Page 5
    • SAP as Exemplar
      SAP asEnabler
      SAP’s Dual Strategy
      Sustainability
      Transform SAP into a role model for sustainability
      Lead the marketof sustainability solutions
      © SAP 2009 / Page 6
      © SAP 2009 / Page 6
    • Environmental Performance
      OccupationalHealth
      Industrial Hygiene& Safety
      Emergency Management
      Energy-efficientAssets
      EnergyManagement
      CarbonManagement
      Smart Grids
      The Big Picture: Sustainability Map
      Labor Compliance& Rights
      Diversity
      Talent Management
      Compliance
      Competitiveness
      Sustainability Performance Mgt
      Assured Reporting
      Benchmarking& Analytics
      Strategy & Risk
      FinancialPerformance
      Energy and Carbon
      Product Safetyand Stewardship
      Product Compliance
      Material & Product Safety
      Recycling & Re-Use
      Recall Management
      Environmental Footprint
      SustainableDesign
      SustainableSupply Chain
      Procurement
      Traceability
      Supply Chain Optimization
      Commodity Trade & Risk Management
      Resource Optimization
      Environment,Health and Safety
      SustainableWorkforce
      Green IT
      Availability Security, Accessibility & Privacy
      IT Infrastructure
    • Join the Dialogue!
      www.hopenhagen.org
      &
      www.sap.com/about/sustainability
      © SAP 2009 / Page 8
      © SAP 2009 / Page 8
    • SAP’s HopenhagenCommitment
      As a global business leader
      committed to a enabling a sustainable future for the world, SAP supports Hopenhagen’s efforts to drive action on climate change
      Motivating Citizens: Hopenhagen is a global movement that encourages citizens to actively participate in the climate change dialogue and make their voices heard to world leaders and COP 15 conference delegates. People around the world are urged to sign the UN’s “Climate Change” petition at Hopenhagen.org, which calls for a climate treaty that is “ambitious, fair and effective in reducing emissions.”
      Call to Action: As individuals we have the power to chose the type of world we want to live in. Governments and corporations cannot act alone. By becoming a citizen of Hopenhagen and signing the petition, people of the world are calling upon leaders at COP 15 to address the climate crisis that is facing us all today.
      Engaging Business: Companies must take an active role in addressing climate change by collaborating on a solution to the problem and developing conditions that support innovation in order to create global prosperity. COP15 is a singular moment of opportunity, where bold action will lead to a better future for all.
      SAP’s Impact: Given that our 89,000 customers emit 1 / 6th of man-made global emissions, SAP has a unique opportunity to impact climate change worldwide and significantly accelerate the path of world economies toward sustainability. We are working with industry leaders, NGOs, customers and partners to deliver solutions today that help companies measure, manage and reduce emissions, while ensuring profitability.
      SAP’s Commitmentto Reducing its Carbon Footprint: As a key part of SAP’s efforts to demonstrate sustainability leadership, we have set an aggressive carbon reduction target to reduce our footprint by 50% (based on year-2007 emissions level) by 2020. Leveraging SAP solutions to drive transparency into our operations, we can publicly report achievements toward our target and, in doing so, increase accountability to our stakeholders. The success of this effort is based on the personal commitment of CEO Leo Apotheker as well as employees worldwide.
    • SAP Carbon-Reductionwww.sap.com/about/sustainability
      SAP Commitment
      • 51% reduction from 2007 levels of 513,000 tons CO2 by 2020
      SAP Performance
      • Reduced emissions by 6.75% during CY 2008
      SAP Abatement Efforts
      • Aggressively reduce:
      • company car fuel consumption
      • office printing/paper usage
      • high-definition video conferencing to decrease air travel
      • Purchase renewable energy
      • Consolidation and virtualization in SAP's data centers (e.g., arrange servers in designated "high-density areas" to reduce air conditioning)
      • Increase virtual event infrastructures for large internal and external events (e.g., three virtual SAP events with a total of over 22,000 attendees)
      • Achieve Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification as a minimum requirement for SAP buildings; new US headquarters is Platinum LEED certified