SAP is struggling to elevate and retain women in some of its senior-most positions. Insiders point to a big culture problem.
Microsoft president Brad Smith wrote to Ukraine’s leader this month with a clear message: it would continue doing business in Russia.
SAP has been ordered to pay back hundreds of millions of rand in contract fees to the department of water & sanitation over a 2016 deal that was found to be unconstitutional and invalid.
Business software giant Oracle has suspended all operations in Russia, while rival SAP has announced it will pause all sales in the country following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
SAP Africa has appointed company veteran Tracy Bolton as chief operating officer. Bolton, who has worked in various roles at SAP for the past nine years, has 25 years of experience in the IT sector.
Business software group SAP is adopting flexible working for its 100 000 employees around the world, after the experience of remote working during Covid-19 drew overwhelmingly positive feedback.
Investigator Paul Holden has given a stupefying account of billions of rand paid from state-owned entities and other governmental organisations into a complex local laundromat.
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