BURLINGTON — SAP America, Inc., a subsidiary of SAP SE (NYSE: SAP), today announced it has relocated its Greater Boston Area headquarters from 3 Van de Graaff Road in Burlington, Mass. to 15 Wayside Road in Burlington, Mass.
The relocation merges two SAP offices in the area to create a single collaborative environment double the size of the previous location. Employees from a variety of lines of business, including field sales, services, development and engineering, will be based out of the new office.
“This relocation demonstrates SAP’s commitment to the Boston area and fulfills a long-term strategy to strengthen our presence here,” said Marianne Heer, head of Global Service and Support, SAP North America. “This new space will energize our employees and foster our culture in the Boston area as SAP continues to focus on driving innovation alongside our pursuit to Run Simple.”
The new office includes upgraded facilities and amenities that will be available in early July. SAP looks forward to bringing customers, partners and employees together in a more robust customer area. Located in the Burlington Office Park, an institutional-quality office complex, the new headquarters are located in one of Boston’s most vibrant submarkets. In addition to the office space in Burlington, SAP also has a lab in Kendall Square, a hotspot for technology companies on the East Coast.
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