NEW YORK, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 23, 2012, SAP will release its new state-of-the-art and completely redesigned sustainability report, combining rigorous standards of data collection and transparency with the human story with the goal of making the world run better and improving people's lives. The new report emphasizes the company's integrated approach, visualization of metrics, and storytelling aimed at increasing understanding and engagement by all relevant stakeholders – from employees and customers to investors, partners and others throughout the world. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110311/NE63732LOGO ) In keeping with its commitment to transparency and stakeholder engagement, SAP will hold a live webinar and Twitter chat in collaboration with CSRwire to offer an in-depth sneak peek of its new report on March 21, 2012. The live webinar will focus on integrated reporting, storytelling and content sharing through social media channels. SAP will discuss its sustainability strategy and vision, with a concentration on the company's commitment to holistically manage SAP's social, environmental and economic risks and opportunities for short- and long-term profitability. With Rami Branitzky, SAP senior vice president of Sustainability, presenting and CSRwire's Editorial Director Aman Singh facilitating, the webinar and concurrent Twitter chat will be an opportunity for journalists, bloggers, industry analysts and other interested parties to get an in-depth sneak peek of the exciting new features and content of the report. SAP has reported on its sustainability performance since 2008 and has been a strong proponent of non-financial and integrated reporting. The company has received numerous recognitions for its forward-looking, multimedia approach. The 2011 Sustainability Report marks yet another step forward in its sustainability journey. For viewers, this live webinar will be a rare opportunity to participate in an open dialogue on the challenges and best practices of SAP's sustainability report with senior leadership.