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Relationships are at the centre of everything Jodie Stahly does in her job as Deloitte’s SAP Alliance leader. Relationships amongst people, organisations, business goals, technologies, opportunities, and more—it’s all embedded in the work she does every day as she helps manage Deloitte’s long-standing alliance with SAP globally.
“We bring together the best of Deloitte with the best of what SAP offers from a technology point of view so that our Deloitte clients can solve their own challenges,” Jodie says. “I love that every day is different.” For more than 30 years, the two organisations have been collaborating to help customers transform, grow, and thrive. Jodie has been an integral part of the effort for a large portion of the alliance’s history, helping to drive Deloitte’s go-to-market strategies and investments in SAP technology. It’s a role that has given Jodie a front-row seat for the evolution of SAP and all the exciting innovations that have come along with it.
Since joining Deloitte in 2009, Jodie has learnt from many mentors, while mentoring others along the way—sharing insights, building new relationships, and helping to strengthen Deloitte’s SAP offering. Diversity has been one of the key ingredients for the success of Deloitte—and for delivering the right solutions to SAP customers. By bringing different perspectives and experiences to projects, Deloitte teams are able to look through multiple lenses to work towards the best solutions possible, according to Jodie.
Jodie says that at the intersection of the Deloitte and SAP worlds, there are abundant opportunities for women to build meaningful careers—with many possible paths and many professionals from whom you can learn. Jodie’s recommendation for those who are considering a career in the SAP realm: stay curious and understand that SAP is a big world where you can do a lot of things—whether you are interested in artificial intelligence, business process design, finance, supply chain, sales, business development, or even a role like hers, in alliances and relationships.