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SAP Labs India Opens its New Office in Pune

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The office supports Hybrid Work model, underscoring SAP’s employee friendly policy

SAP Labs inaugurates its second Pune office, reinforcing its role as a major job provider in the Pune tech scene. The new office can house 300 professionals across 30,000 square feet.

The inauguration of the new office in Pune marks a significant milestone for SAP Labs India and reflects the company’s continued dedication to fostering growth and innovation within India’s vibrant technology landscape. 

Our expansion to a new office in Pune underscores the city’s rise as a vibrant hub for innovation and growth

Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP & MD of SAP Labs India, and Head of SAP User Enablement

 Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP & MD of SAP Labs India, and Head of SAP User Enablement, said, “Our expansion to a new office in Pune underscores the city’s rise as a vibrant hub for innovation and growth. SAP Labs India, Pune holds a pivotal position in our overarching growth strategy in the region, and our expanded presence in the city is a testament to continue fostering a workplace that truly empowers our people and focuses on their wellbeing.”

With an exciting office space, SAP Labs India promotes creative potential through “Pledge to Flex,” emphasizing employee appreciation and a trusting, empowering workplace. The office space is designed to cater to diverse work styles and accommodates neurodiversity. It offers sensory-friendly areas, quiet zones, collaborative workspaces, and recharging stations. The office’s design philosophy blends subtle hues with honest materials like timber and concrete, complemented by whimsical graphics to inspire creativity.

Located in Kharadi, SAP Labs India’s Pune office symbolizes the company’s dedication to nurturing innovation, fostering collaboration, and providing a supportive environment for its employees.

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