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SAP AG (SAP), the biggest maker of business management software, forecast at least a 12% gain in full-year earnings as it adds Internet-based programs to attract users and fend off competition from Oracle-Corp. Operating profit adjusted for some items will rise to 5.85 billion euros ($7.79 billion) to 5.95 billion euros from 5.21 billion euros in 2012, assuming unchanged exchange rates, SAP said today. Analysts project 6.11 billion euros, the average of estimates compiled by Bloomberg.

While the forecast trailed estimates, it helped quell concerns that SAP’s pace of growth may be petering out. Co-chief executive officers Jim Hagemann Snabe and Bill McDermott have added mobile and Web-based programs as well as the fast Hana database to compete with Oracle and persuade companies to spend even as economies such as that of the euro area shrink. “I certainly wouldn’t consider that a low-key guidance, it’s double-digit growth and it’s significant,” McDermott said in an interview at the company’s headquarters in Waldorf, Germany. “Our cloud business is growing fantastically, as is Hana and mobile, and this emanates from a consistent core, so we’re really bullish.”

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Revenue from Google Inc.’s core Internet business outpaced many analysts’ expectations during the crucial holiday quarter and advertising rates fell less than in previous periods, pushing its shares up roughly 5%. The world’s largest Internet search company introduced new product listings during the fourth quarter – typically its strongest – and also benefited from business growth in international market, analysts said. Excluding traffic-acquisition costs, the business generated net revenue of $9.83 billion, up from $8.13 billion a year earlier, Google reported on Tuesday.

That surpassed a $9.6 billion average forecast from six analysts polled by Reuters. “Business looked really strong, especially from a profitability perspective. They really grew their margins in the core business,” said Sameet Sinha, an analyst with B Riley Caris. “Most of that strength seems to be coming from international markets which grew revenue quite substantially, up 23% year over year, versus the 15% growth in the third quarter.”

Average cost-per-click, a critical metric that denotes the price advertisers pay Google, declined 6% from a year ago, the fifth consecutive quarter of decline but an improvement over the third quarter’s 15% slide. Google executives told analysts on a conference call that policy changes related to the quality and quantity of ads appearing on certain of its Web properties had helped shore-up click prices while lowering the overall growth rate of paid clicks in the holiday quarter. The decline in Google’s click prices is partly a result of consumers’ shift to smartphones, where Google’s ad rates are lower than those on Google’s standard website.

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