July 26, 2017 9:00 PM ET

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Company Overview of SAP Public Services, Inc.

Company Overview

SAP Public Services, Inc. provides a range of software solutions for e-government citizen portals, budget preparation, finance, human resources, and administration. The company’s products help government agencies and public service organizations to enhance efficiency, process transparency, and communication with the public. It also provides consulting services to its clientele. SAP Public Services, Inc. was incorporated in 1997 and is headquartered in Washington, District Of Columbia. The company operates as a subsidiary of SAP America, Inc.

Ronald Reagan Building

International Trade Center

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Suite 600

Washington, DC 20004

United States

Founded in 1997

Phone:

202-312-3500

Fax:

202-312-3501

Key Executives for SAP Public Services, Inc.

President
Age: 46
Vice President for State and Local Sales
Age: 62
Vice President of Sales for Higher Education Market
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Strategic Industries- Sap North America
Vice President of U.S. Healthcare Practice
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

SAP Public Services, Inc. Key Developments

CA Controller Reaches $59 Million Settlement with SAP Public Services, Inc

California State Controller Betty T. Yee announced that her legal team has reached a settlement with SAP Public Services, Inc. The State Controller’s Office (SCO) hired SAP in 2010 to develop, test, deliver, and implement the 21st Century Project system, also known as MyCalPAYS, the payroll modernization effort in the nation. Started in 2006 by BearingPoint and continued by SAP, the goal of the implementation was to replace the 30-year-old legacy systems and improve management processes such as payroll, benefits administration, and timekeeping for all 240,000 state civil service employees. In February 2013, SCO terminated its $90 million implementation contract with SAP after an unsuccessful eight-month pilot involving 1,500 state employees and, in November 2013, the Controller’s Office filed a lawsuit against SAP. SAP later filed its own claims against SCO. As part of the settlement announced, SAP will pay SCO $59 million and SAP will forego its own claims against SCO in the amount of approximately $23 million. SCO intends to complete IT assessments of the project and begin the process of re-engineering a new state payroll system.

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