SAP is a German software firm on the forefront of innovation and digital technologies and back in 2004, SAP became the first tenant of the R+T Park. Now SAP is further investing in their partnership with the University of Waterloo, beginning with a multi-million dollar renovation to modernize their space and expand their workforce.
During the month of February, the R+T Park community will be donating personal hygiene products to the 1st annual Let's Get Personal campaign in support of the Waterloo Wayside Centre.
The Waterloo Wayside Centre offers support to those experiencing housing and income instability. Its clients include those who have experienced workplace injuries, addiction, physical and developmental disabilities, and mental health challenges. Services include providing free hot meals via The Bridgeport Cafe in UpTown Waterloo, medical support, the ShareWear clothing distribution service, a food bag program and so much more.
Waterloo-based tech company Plum, a Graduate of R+T Park's Accelerator Centre, recently announced that the University of Waterloo will pilot its predictive hiring platform to help better connect its 21,000+ students with the 6,900 employers th