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Culture and Identity

Empowering the many voices at SAP who inspire our innovation, regardless of race, religion, culture, gender identity, or sexual orientation, to create a greater sense of community.


The many voices at SAP provide one of our greatest sources of strength, shaping our work environment and sense of community. From race and ethnicity to gender, sexual orientation or various aspects of how we live and work, our identity as a company is defined by each person at SAP.

We are proud to embrace over 80 employee-driven networking groups, where individuals with common backgrounds, interests, causes, or concerns can connect and directly influence the culture and success of SAP. These employee networks highlight one of the best parts of our culture – the authentic connections formed among people who come to SAP from a wide variety of backgrounds. They help ensure that everyone is heard and every voice counts. 


SAP Black Employee Network

SAP employee Brian Reaves discusses his personal journey at SAP and the creation of the SAP Black Employee Network (BEN), which aims to positively influence and impact the future of SAP by including employees of African descent in the process of recruiting, retention, mentorship, and upward mobility.

SAP runs prouder for LGBT Pride

SAP Silicon Valley marched in the 45th annual San Francisco Pride Parade. More than 300 SAP employees, friends, and family joined the march for LGBT equality and to #RunProuder for SAP diversity. Watch highlights from the parade in San Francisco and photos from Christopher Street Day in Berlin.

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