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Good work-life balance and you can manage your personal and professional life well, good culture, people oriented, and caring. Very talented, helpful and hardworking people.
Free lunches, good benefits, lots of perks, personal development and training opportunities
The Palo Alto office spearheads progressive initiatives of a relatively traditional large corporation. This makes a lot of employees feel as though they could/should leave for more competitive organizations within the Bay area. Although this was the case, for an intern they paid pretty competitively, the benefits of two free meals a day are huge, and I felt like the work I did was meaningful and appreciated.
SAP is a well established enterprise software company that bears a great working culture and good work life balance. Leadership is great to work with and very supportive.
Great opportunities to advance career and network. I've learned many things from meeting different people in my team and throughout the company. Everyone is generally pretty friendly and the work-life balance is good. The free lunch every day was also a great bonus. As a young professional, I got to take part in early talent programs which helped expand my understanding of the different departments of the company and how it all works together.
Can be a fun and productive place to work If you have support of the executive sponsors behind you, but generally you won’t because of the truly pathetic quality of executive management there.
Free Lunches, Gym, many benefits
Clueless executive management
Very much enjoyable working at SAP and the culture is quite unique as it is a German company but working in the US especially in the Silicon Valley doesn't feel like it. Very innovative and versatile in the company mission and goals. Very talented and extraordinary people to work with and learn from them. Company is quite steady and the direction they are going is very clear to employees. Customer centric and provide a lot of opportunity work with customers. Company claims that 77% world transaction go through a SAP system and that is true when looking at the number of subscribers and customers in our systems.
Leader in Cloud based systems and back office solid infrastructure based software systems
Recent merges with new companies can blur the lines of the overall mission of the company.
Interned with the Startup Focus team. They were great to work with, always friendly and willing to work with and communicate with interns. There was also always work for us to do, never had to sit around waiting for something to do. We worked closely with startup clients and communicated with them on behalf of the team. We (interns) were also given our own company-wide project to work on during the last month or so of the internship, which was very engaging.
Typical day would start with a 10:30am stand up "scrum" meeting, night time meetings with India development team. Management says most growth in the future will be in the India office, limiting growth in Silicon Valley. I had 6 managers in 18 months. The amount of crazy reorgs, etc is insane.
Good emphasis on sustainability and workplace diversity
Constant night-time meetings with India
The technology lives up to the hype. S4 Hana and Cloud Business Applications are ready for Prime Time and implementation and application benefits now match sales promises. It wasn't always that we but the last 2 years have been good.
Work with very talented people
work life balance is not good - many late nights and weekend work.
SAP is a very risk adverse culture. This means everyone needs to follow the procedures established by corporate. A typical work day in America-- starts very early to catch the home office in Germany. Management does everything "by the book". The hardest part of the job is conducting business the SAP way -- which is very different than looser American companies.
The quality of an engineering experience at SAP is entirely dependent on board-level politics, and SAP's executive board is chaotic at best. When things are going right, a good team has more opportunities to do challenging, interesting, and novel work than at any other large company I've worked at. The downside is, a board-level coup could happen at any time, and all of your hard work might be abruptly thrown away. Work-life balance is unusually good, and while the perks aren't quite at the Google level, they're pretty good. There are internal labs where you can get involved in cutting edge research, and they're generally open to anyone who shows both interest and aptitude. None of this highly-publicized 20% that doesn't really exist; this is straight up fit-it-in-where-you-can blue sky stuff.
Lots of opportunities to do interesting things
Chaotic, not great compensation