SAP in three-year cloud partnership with Microsoft

BERLIN (Reuters) – Business software group SAP disclosed on Monday it had reached a three-year deal with Microsoft (NASDAQ:) to help its large enterprise customers move their business processes into the cloud.

The partnership, called ‘Embrace’, will help clients to run operations in the cloud supported by SAP’s flagship S/4HANA database, new Co-CEO Jennifer Morgan said as SAP released final third-quarter results in line with preliminary figures released on Oct. 11.

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