SAP's more than 78,000 employees continually help shape SAP into the
company it is today. As a result of their hard work and innovation, SAP
has been recognized as one of the world's best places to work by many
global, national, and regional awards.
It's an honor to be recognized. Listed below are a few examples of awards earned by SAP.
In Germany SAP was ranked 5th among the most attractive employers to work for based on a student survey and also ranked 5th among the most attractive employers to work for in Germany based on a survey for IT professionals conducted by Universum.
SAP Turkey was recognized with rank 6 as Great Place to Work in the market in the category of companies with 50-500 employees and got a special award for “Equal Opportunity and Support for Women”.
Based on an employee feedback survey by Workplace Dynamics, SAP was named to the 2015 Top Workplaces lists in Philadelphia and Atlanta, placing 7th and 13th, respectively. Forbes Magazine ranks SAP 189th of the Top 500 Best Employers in the U.S., and also positions us as 9th in IT, Internet, Software & Services industry category.
SAP Japan ranked #22 by the Great Place to Work Institute.
SAP is awarded for best in diversity in Germany in the category big-sized companies by WirtschaftsWoche, Henkel and McKinsey & Company. (Learn more)
SAP is awarded with Excelência SEDES 2012 award for the best Onboarding and Integration in Portugal. (Learn more)
SAP Labs India Pvt Ltd won the award "Diversity Initiative" and "Women Initiative of the Year" under Special Corporate Category at the "Women Leadership and Innovation Awards 2013 hosted by International Women Leadership Forum.
The America's SSC transformed a transactional culture to a culture of leadership and talent known for excellence in service and people development. (Learn more)
SAP America's is recognized as Most EV Ready Business by The Bay Area Climate Collaborative (BACC) and Silicon Valley Leadership Group. (Learn more)
SAP's Shared Service Center (SSC) received the SSCN Award for transforming a transactional culture to a culture of leadership and talent known for excellence in service and people development.
SAP Americas, Inc., a subsidiary of SAP AG, today announced that it received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2014 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation. (See more)
SAP ranked 42th of the Glassdoors fifth annual Employees' Choice Awards, a list of the 50 Best Places to Work. 15 million members on Glassdoor provide anonymous reviews and ratings of Global companies. Based on this input, Glassdoor releases an annual list where SAP has made it into at number 42 with a rating of 3.9 out of 5.
SAP recognized as one of the top places to work in the U.S. based on a May 2012 survey by WorkplaceDynamics, Inc. Feedback from more than 800 companies and half a million employees across the nation determined the winners. (Learn more)
SAP Canada was named an innovative workplace by the YWCA Metro Vancouver's 29th annual Women of Distinction Awards because it "supports and responds to the diverse needs of its employees, encouraging them to balance the demands and rewards of career, family, community and personal growth."
India's prestigious Dataquest Awards with its "Top Software Company" award for 2009. SAP was selected on the basis of its outstanding performance in the past year.
Pat Hume, senior vice president of the Global SME Indirect Channel for SAP, was recognized by CRN Magazine as one of the "Top 100 Women in the Channel" for her achievement influence over the technology channel.
SAP Hungary listed as a "Best Workplace for Women" by the Association for Women's Career Development in Hungary.
SAP South Africa was found to be one of the best employers in South Africa in 2010/2011 in a study for the CFR Institute.
The Great Place to Work Institute places SAP Argentina among the best 10 and SAP Finland among the best 15 employers in their countries.
In the United States, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation awarded us a top rating of 100 points on its corporate equality scorecard, qualifying us as one of its "Best Places to Work."
The IT Edition of Berlin-based Trendence listed SAP in "2010 Graduate Barometer," the biggest and most influential survey of IT students in Germany - ranking as one of the third most popular IT employers in Germany.