Company at a glance:



SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications in terms of software and software-related service revenue. For over 44 years, SAP is the world’s 3rd largest independent software manufacturer serving 335,000 customers in 190 countries. SAP's vision is to help the world run better and improve people’s lives. Their strategy is to become THE most innovative cloud company powered by SAP HANA.




Company’s operations in Saudi Arabia:



SAP in Saudi Arabia started as a national distributor in the early 90’s through an exclusive reseller, but the relationship was terminated in 2008. Same year, SAP subsidiary started in Saudi Arabia with few employees. An expansion plan approved in 2009 established Field Services in the Saudi market.


Currently, 500+ Saudi Arabian companies run SAP, out of which 30 of the Top 100 Saudi companies. SAP Saudi Arabia covers 25 industries with a focus on Public Sector, Security & Defense, Retail, Oil & Gas, Energy & Utilities, Construction and more.


The operation has 3 offices in the main cities of the kingdom with around 19,000 services and support consultants working with more than 50 active partners. And as part of the Saudi focus, SAP Saudi Arabia gives big importance to localization of SAP solutions and has implemented a dedicated SAP Training and

Development Institute in the kingdom.


Ahmed Jaber Al Faifi is the Managing Director of SAP Saudi Arabia, Bahrain & Yemen.





Reasons to Invest in Saudi Arabia:

  1. Market access.
  2. Incentives and commitment investors.
  3. Infrastructure.
  4. Education and research.
  5. Positive regulatory environment.







Euro 20.8bn (SAP Global FY15)
  • Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Enterprise Application Software, On premise, in the cloud and hybrid
  • 150 Employees + 1500 Consultants
    Employees in Saudi Arabia
  • USA
    Country of Origin
"Saudi Vision 2030 is a milestone for nationwide digital transformation – with public-private partnerships driving innovative new business models and solutions in the Digital Economy. With highly talented Saudi nationals and advanced technology infrastructure, the Kingdom is set to leapfrog established economies to become one of the world’s most innovative, from government to SMEs,”
Bill McDermott
global enterprise software company SAP