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SAP has a great work culture with lots of opportunity. Though with a 100k+ employee company you can feel like a number at times. Managers are great but should take more ownership on developing talent. Many people have left due lack of upward mobility.
Pay, benefits, flexible work schedule
I have been and employees with SAP for close to10 years and have the opportunity to excel with help from my SAP mentors and colleagues. There is always training and programs to help employees grow with knowledge base learning opportunities.
Free lunch, health insurance, free gym membership, free coffee and snacks, free parking, 5 personal days per year, unlimited sick leave, 401 K, wellness programs, training seminars
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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.
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I started with Sybase in 2004. They were acquired by SAP in 2010. Transition was nearly seamless. I worked as a Sybase consultant on site. When my final project was completed, I joined the Sybase Tech Support crew. Great bunch of guys.
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My internship at Concur offered me my first glimpse into the working world. I worked the typical 9am to 5pm workday, and found myself surrounded by co-workers who worked hard and enjoyed what they did. I learned so much about how an office is run, and how to integrate myself into that lifestyle. The hardest part of my job was attempting projects that put me outside my comfort zone. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning skills that will hopefully apply to my future career.
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