OpenText reveals new executive lineup

OpenText reveals new executive lineup

Makes three major appointments

OpenText has reshuffled its executive lineup with three major appointments.

Graham Pullen has been appointed senior vice president of worldwide partners and global alliances.

Pullen will focus on extending the Global Partner Program to deliver a consistent partner experience across the Enterprise, BPM and IX business units, according to a company statement.

He will also be responsible for creating new distribution channels to market, which will significantly scale the OpenText global business.

Kevin Hayes has been named to lead OpenText’s sales organisation across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

He been appointed vice president, Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia in a bid to accelerate the company’s success across the region.

Previously regional vice president for A/NZ, he has more than 25 years’ experience in software sales leadership for large international organisations, including Microsoft, PeopleSoft and JD Edwards.

Joshua Bartlett has also been appointed to lead New Zealand Business.

It is hoped, his track record in expanding new business across the energy and utility sectors will help drive the growth of OpenText’s cloud offering in the New Zealand market.

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