This is reported by RBC with reference to a letter to clients from the Russian subsidiary of SAP, SAP CIS, a copy of which is at the disposal of the editors.

It is clarified that the Russian subsidiary received the corresponding instructions from the parent company.

According to the publication, this is the company’s last step to leave the Russian market: first, SAP stopped concluding new contracts for the sale of services and products in Russia, then it stopped supporting sanctioned clients, and then Russian clients were disconnected from software support.

Earlier, The New York Times reported that foreign companies that decided to leave the Russian market after the start of the SVO suffered financial losses of more than $103 billion.