At SAP America having a diverse workforce is a source of pride and fostering a culture of inclusion is a necessity. For this reason, SAP makes sure to highlight the importance of product accessibility, supplier diversity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) solutions. Accessibility in particular, is not only of social but also economic importance for the enterprise. At SAP their goal is for everyone, especially those who are differently abled to be able to use SAP software. This guiding principle is crucial to the company’s development process and is implemented as such in its policies and standards for software design. As such, accessibility is firmly reflected in SAP’s quality assurance processes. In addition, SAP’s Accessibility Competence Center in Walldorf, Germany, creates internal standards for accessibility development, documentation, and testing, offers consulting and training for developers, and serves as direct customer contact for all accessibility-related questions. SAP’s SuccessFactors solutions offer team members opportunities to create a more equitable work environment by offering education on how to tackle bias in business, embed diversity and inclusion into strategies and stop hiring bias.