(Reuters) – German business software group SAP on Thursday reported a 28% revenue increase in its cloud business in the fourth quarter, as the growth of its cloud business database accelerated with more customers shifting their IT operations to the cloud.
SAP cloud revenue rose 28% to 2.61 billion euros ($2.99 billion) in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, the company reported in a preliminary earnings statement on Thursday.
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