Acquired Brands and Companies
Every day, we invest in the development of our products and technologies to improve the speed and number of innovations we bring to market. But we also acquire targeted, strategic technology and software to augment our broad portfolio and improve our coverage in critical markets. With this approach, we strive to best support our customers’ demand for simplified operations.
In 2021, SAP acquired AppGyver Oy, a pioneer in no-code development platforms that enable users with no coding skills to build applications for Web and mobile use. SAP Build Apps evolved from SAP AppGyver and other SAP technologies. SAP Build Apps adds additional application-building capabilities for use in enterprises that address authentication, data integration, and lifecycle management needs. A community edition of SAP AppGyver remains available but does not include the features developed for use in enterprises.
In 2012, SAP acquired Ariba, a long-time leader in spend management software. Our cloud-based solutions for strategic sourcing, contract management, procurement, and supplier management help companies control costs and minimise risks as they collaborate with suppliers on the purchase of goods and services. Their transactions take place over Ariba Network, where millions of trading partners do trillions of dollars in business every year.
Known for its CallidusCloud lead-to-cash and configure, price, quote (CPQ) solutions, this sales performance management company was acquired by SAP in April 2018 . Most of the CallidusCloud offerings are now in the SAP Sales Cloud portfolio and part of the SAP Customer Experience solutions suite.
CallidusCloud Clicktools, an enterprise survey software for businesses, is now part of the SAP Customer Experience portfolio.
The crowdsourcing and field service management company was acquired by SAP in June 2018. Enabled by AI, Coresystems software provides advanced capabilities for field service scheduling, which are now in the SAP Service Cloud portfolio and part of the SAP Customer Experience solutions suite.
A leader in intelligent forecasting and pipeline management, is now part of the SAP Sales Cloud solution portfolio.
SAP Fieldglass, a longstanding leader in external workforce management and services procurement, is used by organisations around the world to find, engage, and manage all types of flexible resources. Our cloud-based, open platform has been deployed in more than 180 countries and helps companies transform how work gets done, increase operational agility, and accelerate business outcomes in the digital economy.
The leader of customer identity and access management solutions was acquired by SAP in September 2017. Its technology supports best practices for data privacy, compliance, and security in the SAP Customer Data Cloud portfolio and the SAP Customer Experience solutions suite.
The leading e-commerce and product content management software provider was acquired by SAP in June 2013 and initially available as SAP Hybris solutions. SAP Hybris solutions were integrated under the SAP masterbrand into the wider SAP Customer Experience solutions portfolio – a complete suite of industry-leading cloud solutions that delivers an end-to-end consumer journey.
The cloud-native SAP SuccessFactors Human Experience Management (HXM) Suite spans core HR and payroll, talent management, HR analytics and workforce planning, and employee experience management. These leading solutions go beyond transactional human capital management (HCM) processes and deliver individualised experiences that enable employees to do their best and the business to be its best. Founded in 2001 and acquired by SAP in 2012, SAP SuccessFactors solutions are used by over 190 million users in 200+ countries.
Sybase is an industry leader in delivering enterprise and mobile software to manage, analyse and mobilize information. The company is recognised globally as a performance leader, proven in the most data-intensive industries and across all major systems, networks and devices. Sybase’s information management, analytics and enterprise mobility solutions have powered the world’s most mission-critical systems in financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing and government.
Date: May 2010. Purchase Price: US$ 5.8 billion.