Industry veteran, Greg Miller, is set to leave SAP after almost four years with the company. According to a company spokesperson, Miller is leaving the software giant to “pursue more expansive leadership opportunities".
His last day at SAP will be January 31.
Miller will hand over his responsibilities to SAP A/NZ chief operations officer, Jim Fisher, on an interim basis until the company names a successor.
“Greg has led the establishment of a global partner operations (GPO) team poised to help our partners scale with SAP in 2016, overseeing the most successful GPO year in recent history and established a General Business team now ready to scale in 2016 for the increasingly important SME market," the spokesperson said.
As SAP general manager and vice-president of global partner operations for A/NZ, Miller was responsible for driving the company’s channel push in the A/NZ market. He was also instrumental in the development of the SAP Young ICT Explorers program run in conjunction with the National ICT Association (NICTA).
“Greg has inspired many at SAP and many more in our eco-system to tackle some of the greatest socio-economic challenges we face in Australia, including youth unemployment and the digital skills gap,” the spokesperson added.
“Through his executive sponsorship of our CSR program and SAP’s Young ICT Explorers program, he has brought many from across the industry, education, government and not-for-profit sectors together to elevate and advance these causes at the highest levels.”
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