Friday, April 21, 2017

SAP Labs India to hire 2,500 engineers in next 2 years

According to TOI news SAP Labs India may hire 2500 engineers in next 2 years for its new facility in its Bengaluru campus. Dilipkumar Khandelwal, managing director for SAP Labs India, Since the past two years, our focus has been on hiring engineers directly from the top colleges rather than looking for experienced hands.


He also said, Our lateral hires have come down. We are looking to beef up mobility technologies across our products and platforms. Youngsters are the ones who do everything on the phone and they add immense value to our research.

Also read: Amazon to hire 1200 people for seven new warehouses

SAP has more than 10,000 employees in India, with 7,500 of them working in the engineering division called SAP Labs. SAP has 85,000 employees across the globe.

The German enterprise software company has made a cumulative investment of $1 billion in India so far. The India division is the second largest facility outside of the German headquarters and participates in the development of its entire spectrum of products, in testing and delivery. About 85% of its India staff is in Bengaluru.

The company has allocated $35 million in assistance for the startups as a startup studio programme. The studio will have 100 seats. SAP is also connecting over 250 startups with 30 venture capitalists through its pitching session called Startup Social.


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