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Our People

The key to SAP’s success is our people – unique individuals who are constantly pushing boundaries and breaking down barriers. They create a fresh and exciting work environment – and together they can accomplish anything.

Women at SAP

Gender equality is an important part of our mission – and we’re committed to women making up at least 30% of our leadership by 2022.   

Autism at Work program

A groundbreaking program to reduce barriers of entry for qualified candidates with autism and to foster an autism-inclusive workplace.

SAP Asia Pacific Japan turns 30

Let's celebrate our super awesome people across the region, bringing their diverse perspectives to work every single day.

We grow. We lead. We innovate – together!

We are innovators, we are leaders – and we strive to be great all-around human beings. As colleagues, we support, challenge, and inspire one another every day. We’re results-driven and ready to go the extra mile for our customers.

 

Bring everything you are. Become everything you want.

The key to SAP’s success is our super awesome people. The unique individuals who work here are constantly pushing boundaries and breaking down barriers. They come from many different countries, speak many different languages, bring their own experiences, perspectives, and ideas to work every single day, living and breathing SAP’s vision of helping the world run better and improving people’s lives. Sound like a team you want to join? Come aboard. 

Meet the people behind SAP technologies

See what more than 100 employees say about their SAP experience.

Stephen Ngoka: SAP expert by day, music star by night

Stephen is an accomplished music producer, TV script writer, and singer and has worked at SAP for seven years. As part of SAP’s partner service delivery team, he serves as a partner service advisor and is a topic expert on the SAP S/4HANA and analytics and database technology portfolios. Discover how he balances two careers.

Irene Chui: head of employee engagement and cancer survivor

Nothing can stop SAP’s head of employee engagement Irene Chui, who has overcome and inspired us all. Irene is a cancer survivor who lives life with more passion and fire than ever before. See how she channels that energy into engaging employees in the Asia-Pacific region with dragon boat racing, charity events, and more.

Filipe Roloff: leader for Pride@SAP, Brazil

Filipe is a customer success manager, leading customers through digital transformation. In addition to his role as an advisor to customers, Filipe was named one of the 50 top global LGBT future leaders by Financial Times in 2017.

Maggie Buggie: global head of innovation services and solutions

Passionate, tenacious and, in her own words, “a little bit wild”, Maggie Buggie was raised to believe that she could be anything she wanted. A powerful advocate of diversity, she believes that SAP offers immense opportunities for women to define their own career path.

Rajiv Nema: SAP employee and actor

Rajiv Nema is a senior director for portfolio management at SAP and he’s also a prolific actor. He hid this passion at previous companies, thinking that it would reflect on him negatively. “But after coming to SAP, that fear is completely gone,” says Rajiv.

Stuart Bratton: SAP IT consultant and lifeboat rescue volunteer

Whatever challenge comes his way, Stuart Bratton can find a way through it. He picked himself up from the streets of Canada, went back to school, and eventually became an IT consultant at SAP. He loves his work, and he loves that SAP provides him the flexibility to do something else he loves – working on a sea rescue lifeboat.

Yin and Yang

Our strengths are in our differences

Bringing people together at SAP

Our diverse and inclusive culture makes SAP a better company. It fuels innovation, enhances our work experiences, and helps us succeed in a rapidly changing world. We value every individual for what they have to contribute – and we are committed to the day-to-day practices that bring diversity and inclusion to life.  

>100K Employees from >150 nations  
34%   Of the SAP workforce are women
5 Generations of workers at SAP
>80 Employee Network Groups
>175 SAP colleagues are employed through the Autism at Work program
>5000 Pride@SAP group members
 

Why diversity and inclusion is fundamental to SAP's mission

SAP's head of people sustainability, Judith Michelle Williams, talks about diversity and inclusion, empowering Employee Network Groups, and guiding leaders.

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Act boldly and innovate at SAP – no matter what your career path. Explore job opportunities in sales, development and technology, consulting services and support, corporate operations, marketing and communications, HR, and finance. 

Career development

Combine your talents with SAP opportunities to create an amazing career. We’ll be your biggest cheerleaders and provide you with the development tools, training, and support you need to turn your career dreams into reality.

Benefits

People who do great work deserve great support. That’s why we care about building a culture of flexibility, learning, and belonging. At SAP, you can customize your benefits experience to meet your personal and professional needs and support a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

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