SAP APAC Executives Change Leadership Roles

SAP APAC Executives Change Roles

Adaire Fox-Martin, who has led SAP business in Greater China has taken on greater responsibilities in Asia Pacific and Japan. Former President of SAP APJ, Jennifer Morgan, has replaced Robert Enslin as Head of SAP Cloud Business Group.

Robert Enslin, the former Head of SAP Cloud Business Group, left SAP recently after completing his two-year tenure. As reported in InsideSAP, Enslin and SAP have parted ways amicably, with CEO Bill McDermott quoted as saying:

“Let me first congratulate Rob Enslin for everything he’s done in his distinguished SAP career. He’ll be a great champion for SAP in his new opportunity and a lifelong friend to me personally. With Jennifer Morgan and Adaire Fox-Martin moving up, we have two dynamic leaders who will help us take SAP to the next level.

Stepping in to his role is Jennifer Morgan, formerly on the executive board as the President of SAP in the Americas and Asia Pacific Japan. Morgan was elected to the Board in 2017. Working closely with Adaire Fox-Martin as a leader of Global Customer Operations, Morgan was named among Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women in Business and by Forbes among the Most Powerful Women in the World and Technology.

On her appointment, Morgan said:

“I am very honored by this opportunity to work with the outstanding team in SAP’s Cloud Business Group. I have never been stronger in my belief that SAP’s best days are yet to come.”

Adaire Fox-Martin has expanded her role in Morgan’s absence, and is now the sole Head of Global Customer Operations. Fox-Martin now spearheads SAP in Greater China. Bill McDermott has called China SAP’s largest growing market. She was listed in Fortune Magazine’s Top 50 Most Powerful Women International List and has reeived the SAP Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) Distinguished Leader Award.

Of her new role, Fox-Martin said:

“For the entirety of my career at SAP I have focused on our customers and their success. I could not be more energized to continue this exciting journey as president of Global Customer Operations.”

For more information on SAP leadership roles in Asia, visit the SAP Newsroom.

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