SAP has been a leader in digital product advertising for years, but its growth has come at a cost: digital product ads.
SAP’s ad revenue has dropped significantly since the company acquired eMarketer in 2015, while its digital product spending has increased significantly.
SAP has struggled to keep up with the demands of its digital products business, as it tries to deliver a consistent stream of revenue.
It’s now trying to get its products to customers by targeting them with ads.
Advertising campaigns in SAP products are designed to reach a targeted audience that’s a small subset of SAP users.
In SAP’s own words, SAP’s products are “targeted to the end user” rather than a “target group.”
This means that SAP’s ads target users who use SAP software and are not necessarily the target of SAP products.
In other words, the ads target customers who are already on SAP’s platform, but not necessarily those who are going to use SAP products in the future.
SAP thinks that by targeting users who are currently on its platform, it can make it easier for them to switch from SAP products to other products.
The result is that SAPs products now reach far more people, while still keeping SAPs revenues up.SAP’s ad sales have been falling, and in 2018 the company announced it would be exiting the digital product ad market.
This was a move that many thought was a positive sign.
But SAP has also been losing market share to other ad companies.
In 2019, SAP announced it had lost $1.8 billion in ad sales.
The company now expects to lose another $1 billion to $2 billion in 2019, with another $3 billion lost by 2020.
The digital product market SAPs digital products are targeted to is still small and its revenue has been dropping.
However, its revenues are growing.
So far this year, SAPs revenue has risen to $9.7 billion from $8.9 billion in 2018.
But that’s only part of the story.
SAPs current digital product revenue is also growing, which is a sign that SAP is growing its revenue even more.
As of 2020, SAP expects digital product sales to rise to $4.7 trillion from $3.6 trillion in 2019.
This is because SAPs software has become increasingly popular, especially among users who don’t use SAPs product.
But the digital products market is still growing at a slower pace than the broader advertising market.