SAP Australia channel boss steps down

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SAP Australia channel boss steps down
Greg Miller

SAP Australia’s Global Partner Operations vice president Greg Miller has stepped down.

Miller, a former chief operating officer of SAP ANZ who took over the top channel position from Beth Ryan in May 2014, will walk out the of the North Sydney office for the last time on 31 January.

The position will then be handed over to current COO Jim Fisher as a temporary measure until a permanent replacement is hired.

Miller told CRN that he departs SAP with his next port of call not yet secured.

“Nothing locked down just yet, finishing things up end of January then taking some time with the family before the next adventure. One thing is for will be in Australia!” said the US-born Miller, who came to Australia in 2001.

[Related: Greg Miller showing SAP ‘what partnering should be’]

The giant software vendor stated that Miller had led the Global Partner Operations unit through “the most successful GPO year in recent history”, establishing a General Business team that’s specifically focused on the “increasingly important” small-to-medium enterprise market.

SAP also paid tribute to Miller’s corporate social responsibility work, especially in the areas of youth unemployment and the digital skills shortage.

“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,” announced the company.

SAP ANZ head of corporate affairs Perry Manross will temporarily manage those programs before a new CSR sponsor can be found.

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