There’s a big team behind SAP Product Support Social Media accounts. People working on different countries and on different areas provide content for our accounts in a daily basis. Some of them also help moderating the different channels and providing an answer as soon as possible to Mentions and Direct Messages we’re receiving at Twitter.  Some others work on promoting Social Media channels internal and externally.


Would you like to know them better?… Great!. Each month we’ll feature three colleagues with their picture, name and snippets of what inspire them both inside and outside SAP.

Enjoy learning more about the fantastic team who delivers very useful information and tips and engages our followers.

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James Wong

Support Engineer – NW Core

Vancouver (Canada)

What are you passionate about at SAP?

I am passionate about helping others. I have always believed that our purpose in life is to help others. I am blessed that I have achieved much in my life and I want to help others find the same success. I am proud to work in SAP with the vision to help the world run better and improve people’s lives.

What’s your favorite thing about at SAP?

My favorite parts of my job included the ability to work independently and the people I worked with. It is great to work with people that care about their company and doing a great job. It is hard to find that environment today because a lot of people just don’t care about honesty, hard work, and integrity.

If you could travel back in time, which year would you travel to and why?

I would take not getting back in stride. I would prefer travel to the future, maybe 50 years ahead.  Imagine a life where you know your future.

You’re on a deserted island, which three items do you have and why?

    1. Locator Beacon and Satellite Messenger
    2. My lover
    3. A magic lantern
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Adela Sivakova

Support Engineer – HCM

Vienna (Austria)

What are you passionate about at SAP?

SAP is a great company. The culture, people and the opportunity to participate in many interesting projects and groups makes me really proud to be a part of it.

What’s your favorite thing about at SAP?

Working with people all over the world. Using the chance working abroad from time to time and meet people you would probably never meet. I love getting know new cultures, ways of life, making new experiences…

If you could travel back in time, which year would you travel to and why?

I´m not sure, if I would like to travel back in time. Everything happens for a reason and I´m really enjoying the life I´m living right now. After I left Slovakia and moved to Austria, I learned a new language, knew many interesting people, found good friends and a job I love. This made me stronger than everything else, what I have experienced before.

You’re on a deserted island, which three items do you have and why?

Hmmmm, that´s a good question. Probably the first items would be a picture of my family. The second one, would be a pot for cooking my meal and above all a coffee (it´s my addiction). And the last item? Oh, matchsticks, for sure. For keeping warm both me and my coffee 🙂

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Mohammed Jabir

Support Engineer – ERP FIN and Banking

Bangalore (India)

What are you passionate about at SAP?

The idea where every individual is free to do anything they want. You may be working in a core area but that doesn’t mean to get confined to it, the working environment that provides the flexibility you to grow, self-growth stands out of all for me.

What’s your favorite thing about at SAP?

There are plenty undoubtedly, keeping aside the career,  the most for me is the SAP campus @Bangalore. I have large group of friends and they all envy my office campus. It’s beautiful, Its large. It’s convenient on so many levels.

If you could travel back in time, which year would you travel to and why?

If I could travel to any time era I would go to the 20th century. Once I am there I would put all my money in the stock market, and the day before it crashes I would take it all out and put it someplace safe. Then I would return to the future and live a rich life. YAY !!! 🙂

You’re on a deserted island, which three items do you have and why?

Fully appointed 120 foot luxury yacht, fishing rod and sunscreen for its obvious reasons respectively. 😆

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