WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that human resources (HR) technology leader Kerry Sain will join the SAP SuccessFactors* executive leadership team as its chief revenue officer (CRO).

In this new role, Sain will be responsible for expanding market demand for SAP® SuccessFactors® HR cloud solutions and the strategy for achieving its quarterly revenue goals. Sain will report to Mike Ettling, president of SAP SuccessFactors, and will take over leadership of the go-to-market (GTM) segments of the business.

Sain brings over 25 years of experience in sales, benefits outsourcing, healthcare exchanges, retirement services and consulting. She was most recently CEO and president at bswift, an innovator in cloud-based benefits enrollment technology and subsidiary of Aetna. Sain introduced the “Tech-Enabled Choice” program while CEO to help clients and partners meet their strategic business goals, and to manage the healthcare cost curve through consumerism, decision support, wellness programs and active steerage of their employees. She was also formerly senior partner and global head of sales and marketing at Mercer, and has held senior-level sales and client service positions at Wachovia Bank, AllianceBernstein, Prudential Retirement Services, Strong Funds and Firstar Bank.

“Kerry brings a history of execution at an exciting time in our business when our future growth is near limitless,” said Ettling.

For more information, visit the SAP SuccessFactors website. Follow SAP SuccessFactors solutions on Twitter at @SuccessFactors and SAP at @sapnews.

Media Contact:

Geraldine Lim, SAP, +1 (415) 418-0945, geraldine.lim@sap.com, PT

*SAP SuccessFactors is a new brand name launched in January 2016 and is used here to mean the offerings, employees, and business of acquired company SuccessFactors, which continues to be our legal entity until integration with SAP is complete.

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