SAP A/NZ has moved its Australia and New Zealand Headquarters to a new location in North Sydney.
The company’s new local home is in a Winten Property Group commercial office tower, 1 Denison in North Sydney.
The new facility has allowed the company to house all its brands in the same building for the first time, to reflect its “new strategic focus on a simplified and streamlined experience for its people and customers”.
The lease is for 9,374 sqm across five floors.
Streamlined for customers
“The new SAP A/NZ headquarters supports our strategy of creating a simple and streamlined experience for our customers, by bringing together our brands in one office for the first time. This includes SAP Concur, SAP SuccessFactors and SAP Ariba, along with all our corporate teams and functions,” said, Damien Bueno, President and Managing Director, SAP A/NZ.
The company said the 5 Green Star rated building will also help it meet “ambitious sustainability commitments”.
The company also recently said it would divert 5 percent of addressable procurement spend to social enterprises and 5 percent to diverse and indigenous businesses. Through SAP’s partnership with Social Traders, Australian social enterprise suppliers will be used to provide office essentials including stationery, wine, tea and coffee.
Sustainability & social procurement
“The environmentally conscious design of 1 Denison also supports our ambitious sustainability and procurement aims, while providing a sleek and inspiring space for our people, partners and customers to come together, innovate, collaborate and enjoy the social side of work,” Bueno said.
To support its commitment to sustainability, SAP’s ANZ MD, Damien Bueno is also one of 22’s local business leaders who have joined the Australian Climate Leaders Council, lobbying for Australia to meet its Paris agreement climate targets.
“The events of this year will permanently change how offices operate, but we have long supported an anytime, anywhere flexible working policy. Our office design reflects this, with significant areas dedicated to co-working, co-innovation and collaboration, for our people to use whatever their working preferences.”
To find out more about SAP Australia and New Zealand, visit www.sap.com/australia/.
This article first appeared in CRN.com.au. The story was also featured in The Australian.