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    SAP CEO Christian Klein
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    more than 10,000
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    more than $12B (CAD)
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    Information Technology
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on 22 April 2022
Productive, fast-paced environment and supportive team
While I cannot speak on behalf of all staff, my time as an intern at SAP was rewarding and I felt well-supported. Other interns and staff were eager to connect and overall friendly. Many opportunities to transfer into a full-time position was offered, and when there wasn't people were glad to help vouch for you so long as you displayed good work ethic. My ideas were often considered and I had the opportunity to bring my projects to life as well.
Account Executive in Vancouver, BC
on 4 April 2022
Great place to work
A company as large as SAP means that you are constantly meeting new people, learning new things, and probably travelling. The biggest frustration is that they are a technology company and yet they have terrible internal systems. The sales tool we use to create order forms is slow as molasses and full of bugs.
UX Designer in Vancouver, Canada
on 18 June 2021
Good, not great
I've been at SAP for 5 years and have truly enjoyed my time here. The work is challenging and fast-paced. I've grown and developed my skillset while tackling truly unique problems. I worked with an excellent team whom I've become friends with outside of work. The company culture is great with a fantastic flex work policy, leading you to feel like, in a lot ways, SAP cares. But for all the good things at SAP, it is by far not a perfect company. Career progression is slow, if happens at all - in my 5 years, I've only been promoted once and many quit to pursue actual advances in their career elsewhere. This results in a terrible retention of talent. In that sense, SAP is a great place to gain experience, but not to build a career. Management lacks vision, purpose, and experience; with my direct manager being passive, ineffective, and detached. She doesn't understand what I do, is slow to recognize good work, and has no idea how to help me or my team advance. I don't understand how she remains in her position and I often feel 'stuck' working under her. The pay is good but not great, and your salary increases are bad. I've heard leadership, both direct and from the board, say the reward of SAP comes from its company culture and the variety of work available. But that just means you end up making choices and stressing out about things that are way above your pay grade. I don't think I'll last much longer here, so I'll be exploring options outside of the company soon. But in general, I would recommend SAP as a great place to gain experience and develop new skills, but not a place to plan a long-term career.
Finance Specialist in Montréal, QC
on 13 March 2021
Excellent company
SAP is a really great place to work! Working hours are flexible, so you can definitely have a proper life balance. Your opinion is always listen and value.
Director,Global Development and Project Management in Toronto, ON
on 11 March 2021
Excellent Company
I worked here for 18 years and enjoyed every day. a quality product that addressed the marketplace and offerred me the opportunity to learn and my skills to flourish/

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