SAP’s Hoda Mansour ranked in Forbes’ list of 50 ‘power businesswomen’ in Mideast

SAP’s Hoda Mansour ranked in Forbes’ list of 50 ‘power businesswomen’ in Mideast
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Updated 18 February 2021

SAP’s Hoda Mansour ranked in Forbes’ list of 50 ‘power businesswomen’ in Mideast

SAP’s Hoda Mansour ranked in Forbes’ list of 50 ‘power businesswomen’ in Mideast

Hoda Mansour, managing director, SAP Egypt and New Frontiers (Libya, Sudan, Yemen, Palestine and Levant), is among the prestigious Forbes Middle East’s “Top 50 Power Businesswomen in the Middle East 2021,” ranking an impressive 26th, up from 75th in 2020.

“Being among the top Middle East’s ‘power businesswomen’ is a testament to SAP Egypt and New Frontiers team for focusing on customer success, and endorses the abilities of women leaders in the technology sector,” said Mansour. “SAP will continue to focus on supporting the digital transformation, economic growth, and young talent development in Egypt and New Frontiers countries.”

Meanwhile, underlining the strong success of SAP Egypt’s leadership, SAP Egypt has been awarded the certification of Great Place to Work for 2021-2022, following the completion of the Trust Index employee survey and Culture Audit workplace cultural analysis.

“SAP Egypt being named a Great Place to Work is a milestone in SAP’s commitment to developing young talent in Egypt’s technology sector, training the workforce of the future, and ensuring diversity and inclusion in the workplace,” added Mansour.

Great Place to Work Institute is an expert organization and considered an authority in constructing high performance and high trust culture companies in more than 60 countries with its 30+ years of experience.

Recognizing Egypt as an industry leader in growth and innovation, SAP Egypt has also been named as the “Market Unit for the Year” for SAP Middle East South.