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5 October 2018

What are sales commissions like at SAP?

Pros

Work from home Older technology that customers are locked into creating easy sales opportunities

Cons

Commission payments - the company will find excuses not to pay. Don’t trust that they will honor a commission plan. HIGHLY political environment slowing or limiting any ability to close new business Sales team that lives off of customer audits to get deal done

Advice to Management

SAP has become a hostile work environment for anyone working with Enterprise accounts. I can never recommend SAP as a good place to work in sales because of the commission issue including: carve outs (Need to make a number so the rep selling value gets punished), commissions not being paid on multi-million dollar accounts because the “above the law” team takes over an account. There is a lack of talent because of the lack of innovation and customer success. People don’t won’t to work in a company where the company doesn’t care about customer success.

Don’t trust that they will honor a commission plan.

5 October 2018

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18 March 2020

Does SAP offer bonus pay?

Pros

Some ppl are good across this big team. All the pros are from SAP only: You can enjoy some of SAP's good benefits. Free awesome lunch and A/C shuttles if you require it. SAP shares pgm is awesome. Care for life is another great initiative at SAP India. I'm thankful that I was able to see culture at SAP, one of the best.

Cons

Since the product is acquired form Quinnox, the work culture is still the same since 5years. Learning curve is zero, good place to settle down though. Feels like it is completely deviated from SAP, not much of employee engagment activities nor a better team outing. Budget is never utilized as per the needs of employees and it is always management's decision for outings/Team bonding activies. If you resign from your role don't expect a baseline bonus also, you will get less than what is mentioned on ur offer letter. Your previous year effort is as good as a dustbin. Too much of concentration on the process, in turn, the quality of effort goes down. Perfection in existing things is zero, always focused on new tasks. Not at all a good place for long term stay if you want to improve your skills.

Advice to Management

Lots of differences in what the core SAP employees get in terms of outing and employee engagement. Rate employees based on their previous year effort

If you resign from your role don't expect a baseline bonus also, you will get less than what is mentioned on ur offer letter.

18 March 2020

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11 May 2020

What are pay rises like at SAP?

Pros

Nice work environment, nice benefits nice people, Good experience, exposure

Cons

Progression is generic. You will get a 2-5% increase for doing the minimal work required or for going above and beyond. Eitherway it doesnt matter, If your hungry and want to progress there is no tangible progression path. You will never properly progress or get a good pay raise. I have seen the best and smartest of talent leave for peanuts. Mgmts and HRs response is a development path which sounds good out loud but in turn is a blanket response to doing nothing. Its a tick the box excuse.

Advice to Management

For leaders not management as management already know the pains. Pay your employees what they are worth. Incremental increases of 1.5-5% year on year for giving their all is just not worth anyones time or effort.

You will never properly progress or get a good pay raise.

11 May 2020

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16 September 2019

Does SAP offer a quarterly bonus?

Pros

Great salary, perks and a fun place to work. Recent Managment changes have really improved the working environment

Cons

Very quarterly driven which can become a challenge

Very quarterly driven which can become a challenge

16 September 2019

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29 October 2020

What is the salary like at SAP?

Pros

Forward-thinking, amazing culture, great pay, fantastic benefits, committed to diversity and inclusion

Cons

not many cons -- maybe difficult to navigate at times

Advice to Management

none

Forward-thinking, amazing culture, great pay, fantastic benefits, committed to diversity and inclusion

29 October 2020

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