SAP Cuts 2020 Sales Outlook Citing Covid-19 Impact on Demand
Topics regarding layoffs at SAP
Who cares, as long as the software works...uuuumm, well as long as 50% of the software works.
I heard we are looking at another restructuring sometime soon, any truth to this?
Have you heard anything about potential SAP Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
It’s not a secret any more that people are leaving on a daily basis, relatively new people, young people. For me that just shine a good light on the absurdity of this whole process of making structural changes within the workforce. It’s not that I... — read more
How many work at the company? What is the overall employee count at Germany?
To Thwart a Troll, Take the High Road Truly, the only way to destroy a troll is to rise above the fray. Don’t stoop to their level – it’s exactly what they’re out to get you to do. Internet trolls want anger. They want big reactions. They... — read more
Usually they announce them in early April. Any word yet?
Folks, if you're wondering why the heck the posts on this SAP layoff board (and Oracle's) have veered way off layoffs and turned into a dump of mean-spirited accusations, distortions, and attempts to fish for information, keep this in mind. There are... — read more
I'm just wondering, will working at SAP forever be this stressful or is there a chance we will go back to good old times at some point when I didn't have to worry every single day if we'll be looking at more layoffs by the end of the week or... — read more
Rumours that the next round of chopping would begin. Any updates from folks around
Things are looking quite bleak. Too bad you laid off the best and brilliant for short term gains. They may have saved you. It’s all over now.
How true is this news from Bloomberg? https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-04-14/sap-is-said-to-explore-sale-of-mobile-network-software-unit
SAP Shocker: New Cloud Revenue 4.5X Larger than License Revenue Posted on April 13, 2020 by Bob Evans As the COVID-19 slowdown gutted traditional on-premises revenue for SAP in March, the world’s largest applications vendor reported that Q1... — read more
Abdul Razack to leave SAP. Part of the overhaul inside of SAP?
We were not all that surprised at the move to reduce CEO's to just one and have it be a German and even Hasso's comment that this action was taken "earlier than planned" confirms that the co ceo role was just another short term SAP experiment. ... — read more
Did Jennifer Morgan just got laid off?
News from; https://news.sap.com/2020/04/sap-se-annual-general-meeting-of-shareholders-on-may-20-2020-to-be-held-as-a-virtual-event/ "In addition, SAP also announced that it has completed its share buyback program of approximately €1.5 billion in... — read more
Our pre-announcements are coming, SAP is the first in this Spring's earning season. Numbers are not grim but it ain't good either. IFRS Cloud Revenue Up 29% €2.01 billion €2.01 billion; Non-IFRS Cloud Revenue Up 27% €2.01 billion ... — read more
In my region, entire Analytics Specialist team is eliminated except for one foreigner, after the merge of the Analytics team with the DDM Database team. Then the only one foreigner resigned to join a partner. So we no longer have any Analytics... — read more
What's our next step? What needs to be done?
Christian's integration message is a hope for our internal transformation and customers. Unlike Bill's era of rapid acquisition and vanilla tuck in, and then blaming the Germans product teams who have no budget to do developments and yet doing the... — read more
Let me be very candid - I am doing very well after I left after SAP, similar to other ex colleagues who were booted out years ago. of course they don’t say they boot you out. They hire cheap managers from third world countries who deliberately rate... — read more
my manager asked me to put together a list of people including Hire Date, Length of Service, Age, T-Level, Region, Country, Line of business, CC, and Total Comp. He told me its confidential and to only to send it to him. i have been in HR for 10... — read more
Just go a new job as CIO tasked with selecting an ERP provider. In good faith, I cannot recommend SAP knowing the current systems and future state first hand. Shame.
For the fourth quarter, Sap's profit after tax, on IFRS basis, dropped 9 percent to 1.69 billion euros from last year's 1.86 billion euros. Basic earnings per share dropped 8 percent to 1.41 euros from 1.54 euros last year.
Create cloud Restrict access to partners Bad mouth partners at customers Extort customers for sap sevices only they can perform A perfect business model
Said in May 2019: ““We have to change how we work and we have to use new talent.” “A cultural change is coming” “Germans would rather sit in front of the tv eating pretzels than innovate” This is coming for your own founder and fellow... — read more
The outlook must not be good at all. Starting to think this really is a sinking ship.
What a sign of trust in Hasso‘s own empire https://www.reuters.com/article/us-sap-chairman/sap-founder-and-chairman-sells-100-million-euro-stake-holding-now-6-2-idUSKBN1XU26M Given Hasso’s 6.2% stake in SAP its unjustified to suspect that ‚the r.t... — read more
For customer feedback, there is Medallia. For procurement, there is Coupa. For HR, there is Workday. For CRM, there is Salesforce. For analytics, there is SAS and Google. For SCM, there is o9. For Cloud platform, there is AWS and Azure. For DB, there... — read more
Assuming Bill made 14mil and now they have co-ceos and claim equal pay for women. Does anyone know?
I got laidoff by SAP and they told me to sign the release document so I will get my severance. I signed it, returned it, and not a single penny for weeks. Should I open up a lawsuit? The office is in Vancouver and the HR rep is in Montreal. What a... — read more
they make SAP the best place for people like me to get paid hundreds of thousands and be popular. Without them I would have to actually work and my skills are non existent. Bless them, HR and intelligent enterprise analytics.