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SAP Labs Silicon Valley: No Better Time to Work in the Enterprise

SAP Labs Silicon Valley, better known as SAPsv, flourishes when it comes to inclusion, innovation, and ecosystem, and there’s no indication of that slowing down. With our focus on intelligent enterprise, driving our business further in the cloud, and delivering to our customers with SAP Leonardo, we are just getting started.

In 2018, SAPsv will continue to place an emphasis on diversity and inclusion of our employees, culture, and products. At SAPsv, we’ve created an environment to support and allow early talent to thrive through initiatives such as the Silicon Valley Next Talent Program. This initiative, and several others that aim to invest in and enable existing talent, support our aspiration to make Silicon Valley the launch pad for the next generation of leaders at SAP.

SAP continues to lead and push the boundaries across UX and Enterprise, as well as change and innovate how we develop software. Our development teams in Products & Innovation and the Cloud Business Group are working more closely than ever before, reaching beyond silos to deliver integrated solutions to our customers and partners, helping us to strengthen our community to operate as one SAP.

The Silicon Valley ecosystem also plays an integral role in our agility and ability to innovate and deliver transformational technologies to our customers. As we grow and broaden the existing relationships with partners like Apple, Google, and NVIDIA, we will also engage new businesses with SAP.iO, discovering and supporting innovators inside and outside SAP to build disruptive technology and change industries.

There is much to be excited about at SAP Silicon Valley. Watch this video from our employee kick-off meeting to hear what SAP Silicon Valley employees are looking forward to in 2018. Follow SAPsv on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube to learn more about our people, products, and opportunities to engage.


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