|European tech giant SAP reassures staff alarmed by Trump travel ban
||SAP SE CEO Bill McDermott attends the company's annual results press conference in Walldorf, Germany, January 24, 2017.
Twenty-one percent of SAP’s employees were based in the United States, according to its 2015 annual report.
The firm, which supplies software planning tools that help multinational companies manage far-flung operations, generates nearly one-third of its revenue in the United States.
Last week, SAP said trade uncertainties presented by the Trump policies could drive sales of its business planning software as it raised its business outlook for the next four years (reut.rs/2kEKuJD).
SAP is moving gingerly to reassure its employees while also seeking to avoid tussling publicly with the new U.S. administration.