Skip to Content
Author's profile photo Jonathan Becher

SAP is Digital, Trivia Edition

“There probably isn’t a marriage or a relationship or friendship today that wasn’t jump-started by trivia.”

At least that’s what Ken Jennings, the American quiz show champion who won a record 74 games on Jeopardy!, wrote in his 2006 book, “Brainiac: Adventures in the Curious, Competitive, Compulsive World of Trivia Buffs.”

OK, OK. It’s unlikely any of us are the next Ken Jennings but playing a little SAP trivia game might enrich our conversations. Take a back seat sports, music, weather, and politics. The cool conversations contain arcane knowledge on SAP trivia.

With that in mind, here are some unusual facts about SAP, our digital buying experience, and our digital interconnect business that you probably didn’t know. As of Sept 30, 2016 Jan 31, 2017:

  • The smallest digital transaction has been €10.43 €3 placed from Switzerland the United States.
  • On the other hand, the largest order has been nearly €22K €25K from the United Kingdom Germany.
  • The average software order value is €687 (changes all of the time but is less than €1000).
  • The most popular day of the week for people to buy digitally from SAP is Wednesday, though Tuesday and Thursday are close behind.
  • Customers from 84 99 countries and territories worldwide have purchased from SAP digitally.
  • The top countries ranked by number of paid orders are U.S., Germany and Canada
  • The most popular offerings bought digitally are Analytics, including Crystal, Lumira, and BusinessObjects. But openSAP course reactivations are surging in popularity.
  • We process ~1B messages per day, reaching 99% of all mobile subscribers
  • 8 of the top 10 social networks leverage SAP for SMS and other network services

Interested in other digital commerce or digital interconnect factoids? Let me know if the comments.

(Note: This post was updated in Feb 2017 to reflect newer information.)

Assigned Tags

      Be the first to leave a comment
      You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.