You get to work on many different levels and try out lots of jobs so you acquire valuable skills and experience. They train you well and give opportutinies for this who want to work hard (the majority). People are ambitious but friendly, which is why the company is renowned in its field. They also have good values and you get a stable job.
They seem to be reluctant to try new ways of working and they would rather keep on doing what works even though a new method might be more efficient. The management is by far and large fair but mistakes are taken very seriously.
Good salary and good benefits package
It is all about innovations, new products; new ideas and following the lead of senior management who is keen to expand. There is a good benefits package and little perks that make it worthwhile, as well of course as the decent salary.
Priorities need to be put back where they belong. Internal problems should not be taken the time that must be dedicated to the customers and the admin is proving to much for proper efficiency. The new methods are being looked at but not applied quickly enough.
The amount of admin when it is not what the staff should be doing!
Bright and energetic staff who bring a wealth of skills to developing superb products for this software company. A warm welcome for bright, motivated achievers. Lost of exciting projects and the chance to follow your interests without being overshadowed all the time by micro-managers. Opportunities to work in Europe, where SAP has a strong presence. Good salary and a range of employee perks, including flexible working hours.
No clear,laid-out career progression. The opportunities are there, but it's not always apparent how you seize them. Managers place a big reliance on following established process to develop and market products, which can be limiting.
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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