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  • SAP is thrilled to announce we are the only company in the world to be on all 5 of the “Glassdoor 2019 Employees’ Choice Best Places to Work”, making the list in the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, and a first-place win in Germany! This is the second year in a row that SAP has been on all 5 lists. Thank you to all our employees who shared their feedback on what it’s like to work at SAP. #lifeatsap

  • "At SAP, ‘innovation’ means challenging the status quo, looking at solutions from different perspectives, and working collaboratively to create a better reality." - Irene Chen. #lifeatsap

    People Story - Irene Chen | SAP Careers

    I was born in Shanghai, China, and my life and career has revolved around this beautiful city ever since. A Shanghainese girl through and through, I was thrilled when I was accepted into Tongji University in 1998 to pursue my bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Technology.

  • “The day I became a parent, I became a better leader.” Peggy Renders is head of Pre-Sales and Customer Solutions for APJ. But SAP allows her the flexibility to put family first. #lifeatsap

    People Story - Peggy Renders | SAP Careers

    Head of Presales and Customer Solutions, Asia-Pacific Japan (APJ)

  • At SAP, we believe that when you bring everything you are, you can become everything you want. Check out Jason-Lee Fobe's experience within our Vocational Training Program. #lifeatsap

    People Story - Jason-Lee Fobe | SAP Careers

    Before I joined SAP's Vocational Training Program, I was uncertain about my career path. I come from Engelskirchen, a small village in Germany with a population of 19,000. Young people from my village often choose to work in family businesses after completing the Abitur (the German equivalent of the A-levels orInternational Baccalaureate), while others may attend university in the nearby cities of Cologne and Aachen.

  • "SAP has become a source of musical inspiration." As chief conductor and managing director of the SAP Symphony Orchestra, Johanna Weitkamp holds a very special role in SAP. She's making the world sound better!

    People Story - Johanna Weitkamp | SAP Careers

    Johanna Weitkamp holds a very special role in SAP. She is the chief conductor and managing director of the SAP Symphony Orchestra, a 21-year-old institution that brings together professional and amateur musicians in the company and performs by the motto: "Making the world sound better".

  • "The culture at SAP allowed me to share my ideas freely and come up with solutions without having to ask for permission," said Philipp Steinroetter Development Consultant at SAP. Read more about Philipp's experiences here: Bring everything you are. Become everything you want. #LifeatSAP

    People Story - Philipp Steinroetter | SAP Careers

    Vocation Training Program Student, Germany

  • Stuart’s passion for challenges and helping people in need have taken him from the streets of Canada to The Isle of Wight, where he is an IT Consultant for SAP as well as a crew member for the local sea rescue. "SAP gives you the freedom and the ability to do what you need to do. If you have an interest in anything they’ll help you achieve that."

  • We were at Glowork, a career fair for women in Saudi Arabia, last week. We love the passion our employees have for sharing SAP is a top workplace for women.

    Women at SAP | SAP Careers

    Gender equality is an important part of SAP's mission to help the world run better and improve people's lives.

  • At SAP, we believe that anything is possible. We have helped to change enterprise software and reinvented how business is done, with an entrepreneurial spirit that drives our company culture of creativity, diversity, and collaboration. The people who work at SAP are the heart of the company, so we asked some of our employees in Product & Innovation (P&I) why they chose SAP, and why they continue to love working here.

  • Passionate, tenacious and, in her own words, “a little bit wild”, Maggie Buggie was brought up to believe that she could be anything she wanted to be. As Global Head of SAP Leonardo Services, Maggie leads an organization that collaborates with SAP customers in their digital transformation and drives adoption of intelligent technologies that take businesses to the next level. A powerful advocate of diversity, she believes that SAP offers immense opportunities for individuals to define their career path in a supportive and flexible environment.

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