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Sap America, Inc.
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At a Glance


Good quality of life

Strong brand with global presence

Excellent working environment, with high-quality colleagues


Few women in senior positions

Scale of firm can make innovation difficult to achieve

Tough to stand out as an individual

The Bottom Line

With a huge global footprint and a reputation for excellence both in its field and in dealing with its employees, a job offer from SAP isn't something that most people spend too much time agonizing over. And once they take it, they tend to stick around for a number of years—a mark of the quality of life on offer at the firm.

About Sap America, Inc.

SAP America represents its German parent, SAP, in the US, providing enterprise software and services for managing accounting, distribution, human resources, and manufacturing functions. The company's products include business intelligence, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, and supply chain management software. SAP America offers industry-specific applications for markets ranging from aerospace and defense to wholesale distribution. Its services include consulting and support, as well as custom development and application hosting. SAP America accounts for more than one-quarter of SAP's sales.

Geographic Reach

SAP America operates from 30 offices across the US. It also has eight research and development centers, called SAP Labs, and a dozen locations for subsidiary Sybase.

Sales and Marketing

The software giant uses a direct sales force to sell its software and consulting services. The company has a broad enough product portfolio that it serves anywhere from small companies to large enterprise organizations.

SAP software serves a number of different industries, including manufacturing, services, energy and natural resources, consumer products, retail, and others. Manufacturing customers are by far the largest group, and they comprise discrete manufacturers (makers of products that go directly to consumers) and process manufacturers.

Financial Performance

Revenue for SAP America increased 9% from €4.6 billion in 2013 to €4.9 billion in 2014. This rise was due to changes in volumes and prices as well as the impact of currency affects.

Mergers and Acquisitions

Although SAP has favored internal growth instead of aggressively pursuing acquisitions like rival Oracle, it has pursued some smaller acquisitions in the US. In 2014 it made two notable deals for US-based companies.

In the first half of 2014, SAP bought Fieldglass, a technology provider for contingent labor and services. Fieldglass' cloud-based Vendor Management System helps SAP provide management for flexible workforces.

SAP closed its purchase of Concur Technologies, which develops cloud-based technology for managing corporate travel and expenses, in late 2014. The $8.3 deal helps SAP round out its business network offerings.

In 2013, SAP bought four US-based companies, beginning with insurance software maker Camilion. Next came supply chain software company SmartOps, e-commerce software firm hybris, and predictive analytics maker KXEN. It also bought assets from Los Angeles-based KMS Software for its SuccessFactors line.

Sap America, Inc.

Newtown Square, PA 19073-2305
Phone: 1 (610) 661-1000


Employer Type: Privately Owned
President: Rodolpho Cardenuto
CFO: Arlen Shenkman
COO, North America: Dave Spencer
Employees (This Location): 1,700
Employees (All Locations): 13,888

Major Office Locations

Newtown Square, PA

Other Locations

Scottsdale, AZ
Cardiff By The Sea, CA
Irvine, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Palo Alto, CA
San Ramon, CA
Boulder, CO
Greenwood Village, CO
Southington, CT
Miami, FL
Alpharetta, GA
Atlanta, GA
Brookhaven, GA
Downers Grove, IL
Westchester, IL
Burlington, MA
Westborough, MA
Bethesda, MD
Troy, MI
Minnetonka, MN
Edison, NJ
New York, NY
Cincinnati, OH
Houston, TX
Irving, TX
Plano, TX
Reston, VA
Bellevue, WA