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BT Americas Signs Joint Marketing Agreement With SAP America


EL SEGUNDO, Calif. and NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. - June 2008 - BT Americas, Inc. (“BT”) and SAP America, Inc. (“SAP”) today announced that they have signed a joint marketing agreement to promote BT’s telecommunications services and solutions and SAP’s business software applications to customers and prospects.

BT, one of the world’s leading providers of communications solutions and services operating in 170 countries, and SAP America, a subsidiary of SAP AG, the world’s leading provider of business software solutions, plan to explore ways to drive next-generation products and services, leveraging the capabilities of SAP® applications and BT’s Software Development Kit to create an innovation ecosystem of embedded intelligence and capabilities within BT’s 21st century network.

“IT is increasingly recognized as a strategic enabler of transformation by enterprises of all sizes,” said Michael Boustridge, president, BT Americas. “Bringing together BT’s and SAP’s complementary technologies offers our joint customers more effective enterprise-wide solutions, helping them utilize IT to meet their business goals. The JMA between SAP and BT deepens the global delivery capabilities of BT around SAP applications. We anticipate it being a springboard for future SAP and BT solutions.”

“We are excited to be working with BT, which will support SAP applications and enhance our capabilities to deliver end-to-end services to customers,” said Bill McDermott, president and CEO, SAP Americas and Asia Pacific Japan. “We will work to align our sales, service and support organizations with those from BT to enhance the value our customers receive from their enterprise applications.”

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