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SAP Establishes Global Managing Board to Lead Company

Germany April 20, 2012 SAP AG Lars Dalgaard Robert Enslin

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After the full integration of Sybase and the recent acquisition of SuccessFactors, the establishment of the Global Managing Board will help SAP drive innovation and scale faster in its core markets as well as in its new categories: mobile, database/in-memory and cloud. A re-assignment of responsibilities within this expanded leadership team will help the company further strengthen its focus on customers, growth and operational excellence.

Bill McDermott

Enslin will assume responsibility for all global sales and ecosystem and channels activities to further strengthen SAP’s go-to-market approach by fostering customer relationships and accelerating value delivery. The Global Customer Operations organization and Enslin will continue to report into McDermott.

Dalgaard will lead the company’s new cloud business unit, which combines all cloud assets of SAP and SuccessFactors to drive market leadership in the cloud for businesses.

Gerd Oswald

Vishal Sikka SAP HANA®

Werner Brandt

EUR20 billion

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