SAP Rocks Lesbians Who Tech 2017 4th Year in a Row
SAP BusinessObjects Analytics, Roambi, the SAP Digital Boardroom VR Experience, TripIt, and SAP Cloud Platform were front and center as SAP celebrated the diversity and inclusion that drives its leading innovations.
15 SAP colleagues engaged with 2,500 queer, lesbian and ally attendees in speaking sessions, recruitment, tech demos, blogging, interviewing and capturing inspiring moments of innovation and leadership in a queer, inclusive and badass space.
“The future will be won by those who understand the value and impact of diversity on your business and bottom line, and we look forward to continuing to lead our industry and the world on this critically important topic.”
— Jennifer Morgan, President of SAP North America
SAP’s inaugural signatory for the White House Tech Inclusion Pledge in 2016 is a commitment to fuel American innovation and economic growth by increasing the diversity of the United States technology workforce. Read more here.
Our team worked hard last week at Lesbians Who Tech to further SAP’s mission by showcasing our technology and engaging with movers and shakers of today at several campuses:
“We’re a company that believes in trust, love and the unqualified right of every person to be exactly who they are and live exactly how they choose.”
— Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP
Analytics in a Diverse World
As a Product Marketing Manager for Analytics and Business Intelligence at SAP, you can bet that a compelling story heightened by insightful data fuels a fire in me like no other.
In the digital economy of today, modern analytics is what we need to make impactful and informed decisions that hold significant influence on every aspect of our lives.
So when I, a proud lesbian, received the privilege to attend a conference that brings together 2500 lesbians, queer women + allies across all areas of technology (from cloud, data, machine learning, VR, AI to engineering) rooted in the topic of diversity, inclusion, and celebrates the idea that we all move forward if we are equal, the conviction I hold that our work makes the world run better grew exponentially.
“I want to live in a world where no one can lose their job because of their sexuality or gender identity.
I want to live in a world where transgender women of color are not being murdered.
We want to be that organization that supports you, gives you the tools, and connects you to the people that are going to help get sh*t done.”
Needless to say, I cannot wait to proudly represent SAP next year at Lesbians Who Tech 2018. See you then!
HUGE thanks to those who made this possible: @SAPsv, @SAPCP, @SAPAnalytics, @Concur, @TripIt, @JillianBabbel, @moyalynne, @Pedram_Farjad, @TinaatAriba, @4girl1der, @the_litle_lg, @alexbogdan2, and of course, @Sap.
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