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Hi, again:


As promised, this is a new chapter of our “Who’s behind @SAPSupportHelp” series.


This month we are presenting Yang Bai, Waman Shirwaicar and Kiran Kumar Adharapuram who will tell us 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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Yang Bai

Support Engineer – Logistics

Dalian (China)

What are you passionate about at SAP?

My passionate about working at SAP is the sense of belonging and recognition. I can always feel satisfaction with my job, my current life status and I am always happy with working and cooperating with my colleagues. SAP is like a big family and I am just a small part  of it, but I like being here, staying with it and do whatever I can to make it better, share its honor and build its bright future.

What’s your favorite thing about at SAP?

My favorite thing about at SAP is cooperation. I think globally, work closely with people from other countries, understanding different cultures and share all kinds of stories. Every day is new and fresh to me and I am still feeling like a new graduate who is eager to understanding all the things about SAP and knowing more people within SAP. Work is part of the life and it makes life better.

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

I would like to travel back to the first day of joining SAP and walk through the last 9 or 10 years again to see if I can do things different, if I choose another way of growing and what my current status will be. It doesn’t mean I regret or whatever, but just curious if I do the same and if I wear the same shoes.

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

I need to have food and water with me to make me live and fire to keep me warm, away from animals’ attack, which can also be used to signal for help.

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Waman Shirwaicar

Support Architect FIN & BANKING

Bangalore (India)

What are you passionate about at SAP?

Solving a complex problem for the customer where my analytical and problem solving skills get tested gives tremendous job satisfaction.

What’s your favorite thing about at SAP?

Recognition globally as an expert in my area of specialization.

Having a network of colleagues globally and the travel opportunities given to me by SAP.

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

2009. I would invest money in the bottom of the stock market and would be sitting on a pile of money.

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

A yacht running on solar energy, plenty of booze and plenty of food.

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Kiran Kumar Adharapuram

Support Engineer – Technology

Bangalore (India)

What are you passionate about at SAP?

I always have a tendency of helping the others with my technical ability, SAP has almost same in its DNA which I am passionate being part of SAP especially the Global Product Support.

I am proud helping others because for their own success which in turn makes their own surroundings/organization to be successful.

I am happy to be part of SAP which has only motto to help the World RUN BETTER, RUN SIMPLE & RUN FASTER.

What’s your favorite thing about at SAP?

PEOPLE & PASSION & INNOVATION, I am really proud that I am working in a company which is one or:

1. 5th Best companies to Work in India

1. 10th Best companies to Work in Asia

It is one of the best companies who cares about its employees and their career growth & Global exposure

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

I want to go back when my country had a golden age and to witness/participate the freedom struggle.

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

1.A smart and willing companion to share my feelings

2. Motor Boat for a ride

3. Music Player to play rock and pleasant music

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