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SAP Labs India Bags CMO Asia Award

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Bangalore,  September 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ -  (IBNS): Enterprise application software provider SAP Asia Pacific and Japan on Friday declared that SAP Labs India has won the CMO Asia’s ‘Best Organization for Women Talent Development’ award across Asia for its contribution to the empowerment of women in industry.

The award specifically recognises the efforts undertaken at SAP Labs India to engage women successfully and have cheered and supported the development of women professionally, the company noted.

SAP Renews Hope for HIV/AIDS Orphans

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As part of its commitment to help the world run better and improve people’s lives, SAP AG has contributed technology and education-related donations to Young Heroes, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that supports HIV/AIDS orphans.

Infosys, SAP Labs Offer Sabbatical for Social Causes

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Pranjal Dubey, a development manager at Sap Labs, has not gone to work in two years but is still an employee of the company.

The Business Case for Strategic Philanthropy

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Is strategic philanthropy smart business? More and more companies are donating goods, services or cash for good causes—causes that fit a company’s overall strategy. Corporate philanthropy often gets a bad rap, but the reality is the largesse of industrialists past and present has helped build a strong America.

Video: Autism at Work

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Innovation comes from the edges. That's why SAP plans to recruit hundreds of people with autism, making use of their unique talent for information technology. At SAP Labs India, six people with autism have already been hired.

View video on SAP recruiting people with Autism >>

SAP Skills for Africa Programme Launched In Kenya

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Kenya’s Ministry of Information Communications and Technology through Kenya ICT Board, SAP and Multi Media University have partnered to launch an ICT skills training programme to enhance employability for graduates from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The programme, dubbed Skills for Africa, is part of a larger African effort focusing on five countries that was officially launched by SAP in May.

SAP Donates Technology to Help Échale a tu Casa Provide Housing to Needy Families in Mexico

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Miami, July 30 2013 /3BL Media/ — With the collapse of the international mortgage market and problematic federal housing programs, the dream of owning a house has become a distant reality for many people with low incomes in Mexico. To address the housing crisis, Échale a tu casa provides sustainable housing solutions to Mexican communities in need.

How Mobile is Making Pune Green(er)

By Diarmuid Mallon for ÜberMobile
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There seems to be no end to the list of services mobile can support – including making your city (literally) greener.

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There seems to be no end to the list of services mobile can support – including making your city (literally) greener.

SAP Fosters New Hope for HIV/AIDS Orphans in Africa

SAP Demonstrates Commitment to Improving People’s Lives By Donating Database Technology and Education-Related Resources to Non-Governmental Organization in Swaziland
Press Release

MANZINI, Swaziland, July 9, 2013 /3BL Media/ As part of its commitment to help the world run better and improve people’s lives, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) has contributed technology and education-related donations to Young Heroes, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that supports HIV/AIDS orphans. This donation is part of SAP’s ambitious corporate social responsibility (CSR) program in Africa.

Information Revelation on CNBC Europe - Clean Energy, Emissions

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SAP Chief Sustainability head Peter Graf, along with Ericsson lead Elaine Weidman-Grunewald, explains the profound effect the information and communications industries can have on clean energy and emissions.

The computing sector consumes around 2% of the world's electricity, but recent studies suggest it can reduce energy needs of other industries by up to 18%. With such an enormous impact possible, why isn't adoption happening faster? What can be done to accelerate change? How can we motivate the industry to reduce consumption faster?

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