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7 October 2019

Pros

Flex time and flex space: work from home often and can often set my own schedule. Competitive pay. Many career opportunities within one company so you can grow your career without having to lose momentum by switching companies.

Cons

Wildly complex company, rapid change creates feeling of always having to relearn processes and organization.

Advice to Management

Continue to reduce complexity and create transparency within the company and processes to better facilitate performance.

Flex time and flex space: work from home often and can often set my own schedule.

7 October 2019

Reviewed by: Enablement Program Manager in Philadelphia, PA (Current Employee)

11 January 2021

Pros

Great benefits and flexibility of the working schedule

Cons

Constant reorganizations and restructuring in the organization

Great benefits and flexibility of the working schedule

11 January 2021

Reviewed by: Customer Engagement Executive in Zürich (Current Employee)

30 July 2018

Pros

I love my job. My role is stimulating and fulfilling, and I get to work with a smart team and supportive managers. I work from home, and have flexibility in my schedule. It's a fast-paced environment, which I thrive on. I am very pleased with my salary and benefits and equipment. I feel that the company cares about me as a person, and I love the outreach that SAP and SAP's employees do for others in the world. I feel lucky to be part of this organization.

Cons

As I said, it's a fast-paced environment! On the Cloud side of the business, we have quarterly product releases. I'm a trainer/course developer and must be super-efficient when learning the new features and rolling-out updates to my courses every three months. Sometimes it does get stressful.

Advice to Management

I appreciate that the SAP leadership keeps the company focused on cutting-edge technology and solutions that our customers need (even if they don't yet know they need it!) In a company with almost 100,000 employees, it's nearly impossible to get the right information to the right people in a timely way, but SAP does a pretty darn good job.

I work from home, and have flexibility in my schedule.

30 July 2018

Reviewed by: Senior Education Consultant in Denver, CO (Current Employee)

16 June 2020

Pros

Work from home, flexibility, lots of opportunity, smart and motivated colleagues, great benefits

Cons

constant change, large and complex organization

Work from home, flexibility, lots of opportunity, smart and motivated colleagues, great benefits

16 June 2020

Reviewed by: Director, Customer Success in Vancouver, BC (Current Employee)

22 August 2018

Pros

The benefits, compensation, perks, time-off and overall corporate culture is second to none. You definitely feel that SAP cares for you not just as an employee, but as if you were part of a large interconnected SAP family. The company tries to invest in the right programs to develop and reward people, and puts employees at the center of it's key decisions. Helping other organizations run better using best in breed technology drives employees here. You feel inspired by great colleagues on a regular basis.

Cons

With 93K+ employees, it's a hard place to get big things done. It doesn't offer the flexibility and upside wealth potential of a start-up, but you can have a solid career making a difference in the world and do reasonably well for you and your family.

Advice to Management

Keep focused on the Digital Enterprise strategy. Stay humble!

It doesn't offer the flexibility and upside wealth potential of a start-up, but you can have a solid career making a difference in the world and do reasonably well for you and your family.

22 August 2018

Reviewed by: Regional Director in Newtown Square, PA (Current Employee)

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138 English reviews out of 138