Nuance appoints new A/NZ boss

Clubb joins Nuance from SAS to lead sales and operations across region

Nuance Australia and New Zealand managing director, Gordon Clubb.

Nuance Australia and New Zealand managing director, Gordon Clubb.

Voice and language solutions provider, Nuance Communications, has appointed Gordon Clubb as its new managing director for Australia and New Zealand.

In his new role, Clubb will be responsible for sales and operations across the region, with a focus on growing Nuance’s position in the speech and natural language understanding solutions market.

He will be based in Sydney, and report to Asia-Pacific senior vice-president and general manager, Jason Stirling.

“Clubb’s proven track record and depth of experience makes him an invaluable asset and the ideal candidate to drive the local success of our speech-based customer care innovations and mobility capabilities,” Stirling said.

Clubb said that he is excited to join Nuance at a time of exciting growth and innovation in its sector.

Before Nuance, Clubb was in the driver’s seat for SAS South-East Asia as managing director. He also worked on the SAS Europe, Middle East and Africa, as well as Asia-Pacific Board of Directors.

Through his 11 years with SAS, he is credited for significantly increasing overall company revenue, and contributing to its 97 per cent customer retention rate.

Overall, Clubb has over 36 years’ experience in senior management, marketing, and sales roles. In addition to SAS, he has held roles at both Vodafone and Xerox.

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