Abdul Razack to leave SAP. Part of the overhaul inside of SAP?
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he was fundamentally the reason for alot of SAP's faults, at the same side they got rid of Giles House who did nothing to solve the issues around CX. SAP manages to get rid of people who rode the wave of a-s licking and delivered zero value. Hope they do more of this and look at the top and get rid of the leadership before they start laying off people who are customer facing
The guy has moved on to Google....good for him to jump the sinking ship.
Not to brag, I once found a bug at one of the methods that HEC was providing customer access to HEC hosted HANA database. This was after months of observing undetermined access and changes that somebody on the customer side was making. My team mates and colleagues ran multiple tests and verified the bug indeed exist. We notified HEC management, and guess what ?. ...We were reprimanded and told that our job is not to go around testing and checking for security bugs.
From that day, I lost interest in any initiatives to improve or streamline any products. I just covered my tracks and logged everything, so it doesn't come back to me. I could not even give a sh– if the system crashed with significant financial losses to the customer.
Or was he the fall guy for this?
In this case who cares
Starting to see an uptick of farewells/gratitude postings on LinkedIn.