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Productive place and very result oriented
Software Engineer / Developer (Intern) (Current Employee), Montréal, QCMarch 24, 2014
Pros: free lunches, very flexible work time as long as work is done, very complete health benefits, very good salary
Work in CD team is very good, you have entire freedom to express your creativity. We use very diverse technologies so we are allways learning and its very good experience.
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Overall a Fabulous experience
Data Governance Management & Quality Analyst (Former Employee), Toronto, ONJanuary 9, 2014
Pros: you're always learning
Cons: not enough time to learn due to contract came to the end after months of extensions
The culture at SAP was very family oriented and connected. Everyone always willing to help. My Experience was all good overall.
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what i learned
Sr Manager Channel & Business Development (Former Employee), Vancouver BCDecember 17, 2013
Pros: had to learn how to manage my day
Cons: extra work hours
very disciplined. educational. team work. need to adjust.
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Great workplace ! Brilliant Management and Staff
Spécialiste, communication - temporaire (Former Employee), Montréal, QCNovember 14, 2013
Pros: management and friendly atmosphere. insightful learning from senior staff
Cons: none.
Brilliant Management. Staff are challenged in their tenure. Great Coprorate culture!
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Always Changing
Account Executive (Former Employee), ONSeptember 9, 2013
Fast paced - work environment is always changing. High turnover. Difficult to maneuver
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Typical HardCore Sales Role
SALES EXECUTIVE (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCDecember 22, 2012
Pros: income potential
Cons: being treated like your a child
Every Q-end they tell you how this is the most critical qtr of the year and try to work you to death..if you're on top the managers are your best friends but stay there b/c you can go from HERO to ZERO in one week.. And they treat you like a stranger.

If you hot your number you should be making from 100-150 depending on multipliers..

Since SAP bought – more... out BusinessObjects the culture is horrible because of the stress from the geniuses in upper management. – less
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Great place to work
SVP - Strategic Accounts / Chief Customer Officer (Former Employee), SingaporeAugust 27, 2014
Great management and wonderful co-workers. SAP is in the center of the fast pace world of technology. The pace of change is never ending.
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HR Service Consultant (Current Employee), Bangalore, KAAugust 23, 2014
Its a good productive company but re-orgs very frequently.
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Very good
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Richmond, VAAugust 12, 2014
• Good working environment , business professional day of work
• Learned new Technologies and development and analytical tools.
• Good Management
• All team members were helpful and supportive.
• Deliverables were always demanding.
• The challenging assignments and always good get resolutions.
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Project Management/PMO
Implementation Consultant (Former Employee), Noida, UPAugust 11, 2014
My major role is to ensure the effective execution of the core functions across the project office (PMO). This includes planning, reporting and communication, controlling and governance, financial management, resource and vendor management. I saved the company over $100,000 during 2013 by re-designing processes, allocation of cost to correct business – more... departments/Entities, charge of license AMCs to dealers/BPs.
 Responsible for Financial Planning & Analysis / Budget management of the $10 million budget for RSL IT portfolio based on Group IT Plan.
 Management information
 Project management
 PMO/status reporting
 Responsible for tracking, monitoring and reporting performance of the multi-disciplinary project team and budget logging and tracking using MS Excel pivot tables and SharePoint.
 Organizing and leading fortnightly Programme budget update meetings.
 Analysis of capital forecasts, change control, cost transfers, budget variance, review of Open PO Report and Oracle apps transaction lines, creation of charts and reports.
 Supervising Finance, Resources KPIs, Action log, Risk and Issue Management.
 Assisting PMs with business case template and raising purchase orders.
 Assist with establishing PMO stakeholder management plan and implementation of the communication framework
 Maintain processes to ensure project management documentation, reports and plans are relevant, accurate and complete.
 Experienced user of MS Project and MS Office toolset (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
 Strong relationship building and interpersonal skills.
 Demonstrated capability for problem solving, decision making, sound judgment, assertiveness – less
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Best place I ever worked - sorry when they downsized.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 29, 2014
Pros: free lunches a plus, but benefits were great and your, bosses had confidence that you could do the job without micromanaging and browbearing.
Cons: none - best job ever.
Wonderful company - one of the best jobs I ever had and was treated as a team member and not as a minion. Professional and delightful place to work.
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Good Company
Principal Technology Consultant (Current Employee), Chicago, ILJuly 28, 2014
No issues...

It is a good place.

I have great direct management.
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Excellent Place to work
Consultant Developer (Former Employee), Bangalore, IndiaJuly 28, 2014
Pros: work culture
Cons: compensation
Loved working for SAP. Excellent work culture. Management who cares about you. Opportunity for growth within the organisation is immense.
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Contract position
Network Technician (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJuly 25, 2014
Great company to work with, teams were very productive but laid back at the same time. Positive criticism was used to increase productivity
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Work life balance is very good
Developer (Current Employee), BangaloreJuly 10, 2014
Work life balance is very good. facilities provided are good and employee friendly
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Great company to work for
Program Manager (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 9, 2014
Pros: worklife balance, flexible working arrangements, pay
Cons: hard to advance in some organizations
Overall SAP is great place to work because of the worklife balance and compensation/benefits package.
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Very supportive mentoring
Internship within Accounting Department of SAP (Former Employee), Waldorf, RPJuly 1, 2014
Besides routine minor tasks I was assigned a project to be completed within the seven month period. This research project was comprised of a study and creation of a quick reference guide for economic indicators and employment legislation across 34 countries relevant to SAP’s business partners contracted to translate their software. Other tasks included – more... executing a survey of all SAP Language Services vendors on local regulations regarding self-billing and collecting their feedback. – less
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Gain good technical knowledge
contractor (Former Employee), Bangalore IndiaJune 26, 2014
Gained good technical knowledge. SAP is very good company to work, unfortunately SAP India IT department is a pathetic place to work. Managers are not having any humanity. They ask employee to work more than 15 hours and payment is very less. in an average 100000 INR per annul.
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Reception work
Receptionist (Former Employee), Canberra, ACTJune 19, 2014
this job was a temporary one as the usual receptionist was away on leave and this was a company where a receptionist is needed to meet and greet clients and keep the office running smoothly.
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Worst Place to Work for IT dept people and IT / IT infrastructure people
Desktop Support Engineer (Former Employee), Bangalore, KAJune 9, 2014
Pros: free food, free cab
Cons: no learning environment, no growth no permanent payroll. no salary. no raw
No learning Environment, No growth No permanent payroll. No salary. NO RAW
Coming to work profile in SAP labs India, they have only Desktop support Engineers, No network engineers or system admins.
For Desktop support Engineers the work is only to do inventory, They hardly get troubleshooting shooting issues(Only for PC hardware). They wont handle any – more... network issues or servers issues. all are remotely maintained by German people in remote location.
There is no learning environment, U won't even learn how to configure outlook or install software.
Everything is auto configured. Worst place for IT dept people.
No Respect for IT dept people here. other users will treat us like an office boys. Because we are least paid in the company.
Office boys who cleans the office gets more pay then us.
The IT managers are really worst here.

SAP labs India IT dept employees are outsourced to Inknowtech consultant, This consultancy is no.1 fraud.
they pay 7000 INR per month for freshers and for people who has experience of 3.5 yrs they hardly pay 13,500 pm.
The notice period here is 2 months, so its very difficult to join other company if u get offer.

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