SAP Expands Israeli Development Office
The software company is looking to hire 100 software engineers, big data experts, and managers for its development office located in Tel Aviv
German enterprise software company SAP SE is looking to expand its development office in Israel, the company announced Tuesday. SAP is looking to hire approximately 100 software engineers, big data experts, and managers for its SAP-Gigya development office located in Tel Aviv.
The company’s local development office currently employs 750 people, 150 of whom work under customer identity management company Gigya Inc., which SAP acquired in 2017.
SAP first established a presence in Israel in 1998, with the opening of research and development centers in both Tel Aviv and central Israeli town Raanana.
Orna Kleinman, Managing Director SAP Labs Israel. Photo: PR
This article has been corrected to reflect new data about the number of employees working at its local development offices following a conversation with the company's spokesperson.