SAP is a globally recognized employer of choice

SAP's more than 75,600 employees continually help shape SAP into the company it is today. As a result of their hard work and innovation, SAP has been recognized as one of the world's best places to work by many global, national, and regional awards.

It's an honor to be recognized. Listed below are a few examples of awards earned by SAP.

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Employer Awards by Year

  • 2013

  • 2011

    • SAP Labs India ranked 4th in the Dataquest-CMR "Best Employer Survey 2011."
    • SAP Brazil and SAP Labs Latin America ranked as "Best Place to Work" by prestigious business magazine Exame and Você S/A.
    • SAP received "2011 Corporate Health Award" for exemplary global employee health management from the German Ministry for Work and Social Services (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales).
    • SAP Labs in Palo Alto, California was named to the Bay Area News Group's "Top Workplaces 2011" list.
    • SAP was recognized as "Excellent" in the category "Best Diversity Image" in the first annual German Diversity Prize, sponsored by McKinsey & Company, WirtschaftsWoche magazine, and Henkel.
    • The "Trendence Graduate Barometer 2011" ranked SAP as the fifth most-popular employer for IT graduates in Germany.


  • 2010

    • India's prestigious Dataquest Awards with its "Top Software Company" award for 2009. SAP was selected on the basis of its outstanding performance in the past year.
    • Pat Hume, senior vice president of the Global SME Indirect Channel for SAP, was recognized by CRN Magazine as one of the "Top 100 Women in the Channel" for her achievement influence over the technology channel.
    • SAP Hungary listed as a "Best Workplace for Women" by the Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary.


  • 2009

    • SAP South Africa was found to be one of the best employers in South Africa in 2010/2011 in a study for the CFR Institute.
    • The Great Place to Work Institute places SAP Argentina among the best 10 and SAP Finland among the best 15 employers in their countries.
    • In the United States, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation awarded us a top rating of 100 points on its corporate equality scorecard, qualifying us as one of its "Best Places to Work."
    • The IT Edition of Berlin-based Trendence listed SAP in "2010 Graduate Barometer," the biggest and most influential survey of IT students in Germany - ranking as one of the third most popular IT employers in Germany.