SAP Labs in India has announced a ₹500 crore investment to speed up India’s digital agenda and support its customers’ transformation in the cloud.
SAP Labs India Senior Vice President and Managing Director Sindhu Gangadharan said this year the company is continuing to hire for SAP in India and all its entities. SAP Labs India will onboard around 1,600 colleagues in 2021.
“The roles that we are hiring for include software developers, cybersecurity engineers, technology and cloud architects, research scientists, product specialists, machine learning engineers, DevOps engineers, and development managers. We kept up our hiring commitments of last year. Even during unprecedented disruption caused by the pandemic, SAP Labs India honoured the commitments made and recruited more than 1,700 colleagues as per the agreed timelines,” said Sindhu Gangadharan.
SAP Labs is reviewing their second campus investment in a holistic manner. The pandemic has changed the specific dynamics of the physical workplace. It has hastened the realization that work is not a location.
In view of this fundamental shift that has occurred, organizations are adapting to new and changing conditions essential for success.
An opportunity to reimagine the future of work has never been more vital, and companies are exploring solutions that fit their best business needs. It is about creating a modern, inclusive, and flexible work environment built on collaboration and trust.
It is about converging work, workforce and workplace. The company continues to evaluate the patterns that shape the future of work and explore a ‘hybrid’ workplace for greater future resiliency. They will follow up with suitable workplace transformation investments to enable our digital workforce.