Technical Support Consultant II (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 13 June 2018
Not enough opportunity to learn other jobs within the company. great benefits. when applying for internal jobs, they tend to consider hiring external applicants, than training current employees for the job.
Project Manager (Contractor) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 April 2018
A very corporate environment, as to be expected with such a massive company. The timing and nature of my role ended up being less secure than usual due to major changes within the company. A very balanced work/life culture and always fantastic to be surrounded by expertise.
Principal Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Bangalore Urban, Karnataka – 20 April 2018
SAP has a free and open work culture. The work environment is very friendly . It runs like company really cares about the employees and it makes the employees feel like they should care about the work they do. This way employees are committed towards the work. I enjoy very much working with SAP.
Software Tester (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 April 2018
Met a lot of great people and learnt a lot. It was pretty slow at first as I had no experience working in the software field but everyone there were really helpful and even though I was there for an internship of sorts, I was paid well.
Great place to work, management with poor leadership skills
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 6 March 2018
In general it'a great place to work, the people is totally worth it, and we have good benefits, and a good balance between work and life. It's also very flexible and supportive, as organization. They have many tools available for the employees, to help them develop not only on the professional field.
Great benefits, great professional growth tools, commitment with community
Terrible management, poor prioritization of work, goals are moving targets.
Office environment was good, but I did not learn as much as I desired. Would prefer a more face paced environment where I can gain more knowledge. Hours were good and you can come in between 7-10AM so it makes things go quite smoothly.
Target and Adjustment Administrator (Contract) (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 12 October 2017
Though I'm working as a contractor we get paid for volunteer work. Like creative way of meeting setup. Sitting in a circle for meeting instead of sitting in a room. Though we are very busy especially quarter end still everyone try to support each other. We are always thinking of ways to run simple.
Love the workplace culture, the gym, shower room.
Contractors cannot work in the same department for more than 2 years :(
Senior Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 August 2017
Consulting with SAP is very demanding. The travel requirements are immense and can really drag a person down. By being always assigned to projects, you may find you are the forgotten revenue source. That is, you will never interact with your bosses, or the firm's executives. You will bill lots of money for them, somewhere, and you will only ever hear from them when you make a mistake. Thus, recognition for all your sacrifice is very poor. The salary is good, and you will learn a great deal, but you will likely feel very isolated as a consultant.
learn a lot
Work, work, work, sleep, do laundry, head back to work.
Senior Technical Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 July 2017
Great place to work, good culture, good leadership. Learning ABAP is challenge without any prior experience (so technology stack is back dated). But new acquisition companies are performing real good and it is good opportunities there.
Fine company, typical large enterprise environment
Alliance Manager, Global Partner Marketing (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 July 2017
I appreciate my time at SAP. That said, as a large enterprise, far more time was spent on administrative work and systems than on planning and execution, which was ultimately disappointing. I wish the people there well, as there were some talented people in the ranks.