Great place to learn different technologies while learning on the job.
Cloud Operations Linux System Administrator (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – August 16, 2018
A typical work day at SAP as a Linux Cloud System Admin is pretty fast-paced. You have the immediate task that you'll work on throughout the day while also juggling customer tickets. You have to be very flexible with the ability to multitask. Management wise, they give you the freedom to use your skillset confidently and have an open door policy for communication. The hardest part of the job would be learning the environment which is very big and complex, but once you get a good grasp of the dev, qa, and production environment its pretty much up to you how you'll navigate and work it. The most enjoyable part of the job, in my opinion, is the ability to get your hands on many different technologies and build upon your skills.
Principal Consultant (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – August 16, 2018
SAP offers a diverse workforce with very smart people and a solid product to implement. Solution is continually evolving and SAP resources are respected by client and other implementation partners. Loved every minute of working there.
Director, Solution Marketing (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – August 6, 2018
The cliche of German autocracy is clearly disproven by its antithesis--a truly employee--oriented software company. SAP combines top-notch C-level leadership vision, with a healthy, consensus-driven and employee-centric approach to consistently pursuing and achieving strategic goals. Nowhere else in software have I seen 5 year plans formulated, implemented, and seen through to completion with such consistency and success. Like anywhere else, once you get a bad boss, things are never as good as they should be, but overall this is one of the best companies to work for.
Flexible, remote-friendly work environment. Excellent benefits and compensation. Consensus-driven, employee-centric environment. Good products and technology.
Knowledge (KCS) Program Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 30, 2018
There is a team sense to most of the organization. The senior leaders in the organization are great examples of the corporate values. They have the best benefits and a great compensation process. Lots of perks like free lunches, coffee drinks, fruit, etc.
Cashier (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – July 20, 2018
Unfortunately I suffered some mistreatment twice due to abuse of power and favoritism. I report both incidents and they fixed it. I feel better now, but I started to feel depressed because they were people there who dont care about employees wellbeing.
In sales roles, everything is territory and timing. However, SAP is a highly political organization and your performance at the company does not matter until you are not in favor with whoever is in power at the time.
Market Development Representative (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – July 10, 2018
I worked for SAP Concur so my experience is limited to them. I learned a lot and worked very hard. Hiring freezes are the biggest deterrent to a more positive review. They happen consistently and make upward movement difficult.
No longer a startup, it's still a good place to work.
Senior Software Design Engineer (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – June 26, 2018
A lot has changed in the past few years at Concur, now SAP Concur. Its startup culture has gradually given way to the culture that is more generally SAP, and some people who have enjoyed those earlier days have moved on, but the people who remain are the company's best assets. You are working with some of the best development teams that you will find anywhere, and it is a rich blend of cultural diversity.
There are still many growth opportunities and the benefits are good, and there are still some fun elements to the culture, but the early sense of adventure and the work hard/play hard values has yielded to more of a scaled corporate orthodoxy. While the compensation is largely competitive, in the Bellevue office it is balanced out by one of the highest cost-of-living areas in the Pacific Northwest, so it's beneficial to consider the overall value.
Good growth opportunities, A chance to work with one of the world's largest software companies, Many positions have the opportunity to telecommute occasionally, Good support for telecommuting alternatives, Working with the many of the latest technologies and frameworks, Walking distance to parks; shopping malls; a museum and botanical garden; and many dining choices.
The Bellevue office--like much of Seattle--is in an area with a high cost of living, Parking is limited and expensive, Expect long commute times outside of Bellevue coming from the North or South.