Tim joins from Gartner Group where he was Senior Vice President, Executive Officer, of Global Sales
FELTHAM, Middx. — SAP today announced that it has appointed Tim Noble Managing Director for the UK and Ireland, effective immediately. Tim joins SAP from Gartner, where he was Senior Vice President, Executive Officer of Global Sales. He succeeds Steve Rogers, who was recently promoted to Head of Business User and Solution Sales for SAP EMEA reporting into Jose Duarte, President of EMEA.
Tim brings considerable local and international business experience having held senior management roles in organisations including New Science Associates and Yourdon International. Since then, he has had a fifteen year career at Gartner, where he was responsible for a business of approximately $1.2 billion.
At SAP, Tim will be responsible for leading the 1,100 strong UKI team. Commenting on his appointment, Tim said; “I am very excited about joining SAP and working with the team to ensure we continue to provide our customers with the very best solutions and service. It is not easy for any organisation at this moment in time, but there is a large market opportunity and I am committed to seeing the UKI succeed and grow.”
Tim will report directly into the Head of Cluster Mature for EMEA.
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