SAP appoints new manager for Canberra

February 1, 2007 by SAP News 0

Sydney, AustraliaSYDNEY, Australia — Feb. 1, 2006 — SAP has appointed David Singh as its new Canberra based branch manager for the Australian Federal Government. David’s responsibilities include account management, business development, sales operations and marketing.

“Government agencies continue to standardise processes, reduce cost and improve efficiency with the introduction of new technology, such as systems for relationship management and software for improving collaboration and service delivery,” said Alan Hyde, CEO and managing director, SAP Australia and New Zealand. “David will apply his experience of working with Federal Government to help generate value in the public sector and drive opportunities for SAP.”

David joined SAP in 2002 as an account executive in the Government business unit. He worked with Optus, Telstra and IBM in Federal Government roles, prior to joining SAP.

SAP for Public Sector has been developed and designed to address the specific demands in government. Combined with SAP NetWeaver, SAP for Public Sector enables public organisations to connect silos of information and integrate processes across government departments, government levels, and borders.