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Join Us for SAP Purpose Network Live

A virtual platform, consisting of talks and networking opportunities, where SAP subject matter experts come together with our global ecosystem to address solutions to pressing global issues. 

Contributing to society

Health, education, access to technology, and public safety are at the core of a peaceful and just society. They enable citizen engagement, strong public institutions, and human progress. When people are more productive and feel a sense of belonging, they lead happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives.

The power of technology to transform lives

Karlie Kloss on giving back

Engaging people in a dialogue. Sharing inspiration. Having an impact on someone’s life. These are just some of the ways supermodel, entrepreneur, and SAP brand partner Karlie Kloss sees that technology can change lives and society for the better. 


SAP technology is at the epicenter of complex medical issues around prevention, treatments, and cures for cancer, diabetes, and other diseases.

Gustave Roussy: Improving Cancer Care

Gustave Roussy treats one thousand new cancer patients every month. With SAP, the center can aggregate and extract clinical research data that helps them improve life-saving therapies and outcomes.

Smart cities and safe communities

More than 3.5 billion people live in cities today, and that number is expected to grow to 60% by 2030. SAP solutions can help manage and monitor resources, so cities can run more sustainably and help citizens enjoy happier, safer lives.

Smarter earthquake safety

In earthquake-prone Japan, a manufacturing company is working to improve seismic monitoring and protect citizens. Smart phones and SAP technology are the key.

Keeping the Crossroads of America safe

Question: Could inventive thinking, cross-agency teamwork, and SAP technology help keep Indiana roads safer? See how the state is taking action.

Education for the digital economy

SAP is deeply committed to empowering the world’s youth, working adults, differently-abled people, and the unemployed with the right skills they need to thrive in the digital economy.

Learning for Life

Learning for Life is an inclusive education, training and workforce-readiness initiative from SAP. We believe people are at the heart of digital transformation and that together, we can make the world run better.

Digital inclusion

SAP is tackling digital inclusion by driving initiatives that address issues of access, adoption, and the application of twenty-first century skills to ensure everyone can participate in – and benefit from today’s digital economy.

Coding power

Education and IT skills help young people in Africa fulfill their potential and provides entry to the digital economy. Africa Code Week 2018 exceeded all expectations by empowering 2.3 million youth across 37 countries with digital and coding skills.

Gender equality and diversity

SAP’s culture of diversity and inclusion not only helps make SAP a great place to work, but it also drives the success of our business. We believe we are made stronger by our unique combination of culture, race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental ability, and work-life situations.

Diversity and inclusion

SAP is committed to eliminating bias in the workplace and ensuring our employees are recognized for what they have to contribute – and that they have the freedom to be their authentic selves at all times. Initiatives such as the Business Women's Network, Pride@SAP, the Black Employee Network, Cultures@SAP, Latinos@SAP, and Autism at Work reflect our commitment to our people and their well-being. 

SAP Women Forward

At SAP, we take the advancement of women seriously – and have surpassed our target of 25% women in management positions by 2017. But numbers aren’t enough. We’re building a community of like-minded woman (and men) to help women connect, build a network, and learn from others. 

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