SAP’s McDermott rolls with ever-changing tech ‘revolution’
Quickly, name some tech companies that have changed your life lately. Apple. Google. Maybe Amazon. Bill McDermott in Newtown Square, co-chief executive officer of software giant SAP AG, wants his company on that short list.
Multinational SAP, of Germany, which boasts 61,000 workers, $20 billion in yearly sales, and a stock market value approaching $100 billion, has worked behind the scenes since the 1970s, building “enterprise” software that collects and connects financial and customer data.