Life at SAP – with Naisula Keko
Naisula, an Education Account Executive from Nairobi – Kenya spoke to us about what it means to work at SAP.
How long have you been with SAP?
I started working for SAP in 2012 as a Personal Assistant before moving in to my current role in 2014.
What skills are required to be an Education Account Executive?
You need to have a good understanding of the product, our systems and above all, the customer.
What does your career at SAP mean to you?
It means everything to me!!! And I mean everything. I love my job at SAP and I would not let anything come in between. SAP has made me grow in so many ways.
It also means changing the customers’ lives and making them better every day
What does success look like to you?
Success to me means giving all I can in every sphere of influence that I get involved in and always being ready and willing to help people.
If you could go back in time and give your 18-year-old-self one piece of career advice what would it be?
Take more risks!
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