Humans of SAPsv
Employees Tell Their Story

Perhaps you’ve heard of Humans of New York (HONY), the five-year-old vibrant photograph-blog-turned-#1-New-YorkTimes-best-selling-book run by a man named Brandon that provides a worldwide audience with daily glimpses into the lives of the people in New York City. Inspired by HONY, we decided to do our own spinoff and call it Humans of SAPsv. Each week, through the end of December, we’ll feature three employees complete with their picture, name, title, Twitter handle, and snippets of their passion for SAP, their commitment to their colleagues and community, and what inspires them both inside and outside of SAP.

If you’re interested in the chance to be featured in Humans of SAPsv, please email Magen Petit. Enjoy learning more about your colleagues and share your comments below!

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Bill Rojas
Sr. Director Digital Portfolio & Business Operations – SAP DIGITAL
@RojasBill

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Teeha Harrell
Cloud and IT Services/SAP Labs

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Paul Caso
Office of the CFO AE (EPM/GRC/ERP Financials AE)
@Caso_Paul

What are you passionate about at SAP?
By helping transform SAP into a real Cloud Company and by creating a buying experience similar to what Apple or Amazon offer today, SAP will bring new offerings to the market, will bring new revenue to the Company, and will engage with new audiences that we have never engaged with before. If that is not enough to be passionate about, I do not know what is.

What’s your favorite thing about working at SAP?
My friends; I have a lot of them here at SAP. Free ice cream is probably my second choice. 

If you could have one super power, what would it be?
I would probably like to have the super power of Iceman (founding member of the X-Men) and be able to freeze anything that doesn’t help reach a positive outcome; that includes freezing bad ideas and negative people.

What’s something not many people know about you?
I’m an avid world traveler and I’ve visited 100 countries (out of the 196 according to U.N. or 249 according to the Country Codes in the ISO Standard List).

What are you passionate about at SAP?
That SAP is breaking boundaries in Technology with HANA and Cloud by simplifying business processes and transactions across multiple platforms. This adds values and increases the competitive advantage for our customers. 

What’s your favorite thing about working at SAP?
I love being part of a company that is on the bleeding edge of technology. SAP HANA has partnered with BMW to pilot a “Connected” experience. The ability connect to different services such as finding a parking space while in your car is incredible.

What’s your favorite movie?
The “Italian Job” because of the action and ingenuousness of the team working toward a common goal and succeeding.

Outside of SAP, what are you passionate about?
Obesity and cancer have fatally impacted my family; thus, I am passionate about living healthy. Healthy living promotes a good work-life balance and guards against illness and disease.

What are you passionate about at SAP?
How companies can leverage technology to be more attentive to their customer’s needs, to be more efficient, to grow and employ more people, and to stay competitive within their markets.

What’s your favorite thing about working at SAP?
I like talking to people. I like learning about them and what makes them tick. I have the same view toward business models and brands, I like learning about them, seeing how they operate, and identifying future opportunities.

What is an item on your bucket list?
I want to play as many of the top golf courses in the world that I can (haven’t quite figured out how to get on Augusta yet).

Would you rather be Allen Lewis or Josh Kirkland, and, why?
This is a hard one. They both have great hairlines, relatively southern accents, and are tall and intelligent. Josh has two good knees to Allen’s one, but Allen has better natural hand-eye coordination. Josh hasn’t seen “Game of Thrones” yet. They both drive nice SUVs and enjoy long walks on the beach. I think the scale tipper here would be that Josh isn’t relegated to being a DC sports fan (that must be a rough fan hood). Roll Tide!

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