SAP Layoffs

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Not looking good SAP

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.

SAP Layoffs 2020

Have you heard anything about potential SAP Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?

Integration message is a hope for us employees

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 

Unscrupulous SAP practice

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 

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Who cares, as long as the software works...uuuumm, well as long as 50% of the software works.

Q1 Layoffs are in the Works

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 

All you need to know:

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.

saptactics

Create cloud Restrict access to partners Bad mouth partners at customers Extort customers for sap sevices only they can perform A perfect business model

Hasso Plattner

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 

Hasso just sold a big chunk of his SAP stocks

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 

Customers have many options nowadays

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 

Selecting ERP

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.

Laidoff by SAP and severance not paid

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 

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Rouven Morato and Robert Weller are the besty

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.

Are we ever going back to the non-stresfull times?

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 

These are not good times for SAP.

In both personal interactions and emails with myself and colleagues, Klein and Jennifer Morgan have been at pains to emphasize the 'customer first' message. What's missing is a crisp, time-stamped action plan. I cannot believe that after... —  read more 

SAP can't get a single F1000 reference for S/4HANA.

S/4HANA was launched in 2015 with the biggest marketing campaign in enterprise software history. The CEO called S/4HANA "The fastest growing product in SAP history". Yet to date, not a single large SAP customer moved from ECC to S/4. Not a single... —  read more 

Why hire new talent when they can’t retain it?

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 

SAP Hana? ?

https://www.brightworkresearch.com/sap/2019/10/sap-is-accused-of-witness-tampering-in-teradata-lawsuit/

Special Shareholder Meeting 11/12/19 - Beware

When Elliott bought their piece of SAP, they required that Executive team have 8 months to define specifics as to how they will bring the Operating Margin more in line with shareholder expectations and bring this forward in special shareholder... —  read more 

sinking ship

It seems like every week i’m Getting more and more farewell emails. People are leaving the organization left and right out of free will. No new headcount is opening to replace these people.... Can anyone else relate ?

SAP failures adds to upgrade considerations

SAP’s blotches in large accounts such as Lidl, Revlon, Deutsche Post DHL, National Grid USA, Israel Chemicals, Hershey, Queensland Health give many reasons to pause. Even the legal suits do not provide transparency to the situation. Does it really... —  read more 

God Damn you McDermott

4 months ago he tore up 5000 families; and 4 months into it today; some office are rehiring again, once again for the same damn roles. Now this rat is jumping sh–. God damn you Bill ! God damn you !

SAP's Last 6 Months

As I close out this assessment, the best I can say is that this has been a period of mixed fortunes. SAP is highly motivated to achieve the most positive media coverage it can because in the long haul it allows the company to both continue charging... —  read more 

More Sales and Bean Counting, Less Engineering

Earlier this year, E-3 Magazine ran a story about SAP CEO Bill McDermott. After that, everything changed. SAP bid farewell to its technology-oriented business model. The departure of Bernd Leukert and Bjoern Goerke is both evidence and consequence... —  read more 

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