SAP Names Former Juvo Executive as Head of Product for SAP SuccessFactors


WALLDORF SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that Meg Bear has joined SAP SuccessFactors as head of product.

In this role, Bear will be responsible for developing, scaling and integrating technologies — such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and experience data — to advance the evolution of SAP SuccessFactors offerings toward Human Experience Management (HXM) solutions. HXM represents the next generation of human capital management (HCM), which goes beyond facilitating HR transactions to truly reinventing the work experiences in ways that will accelerate business growth.

“The human resource industry is undergoing an incredible shift that places an unprecedented emphasis on the employee experience and its connection to drive better business results,” said Amy Wilson, executive vice president, Products & Applications Engineering, SAP SuccessFactors. “Meg has an exceptional background in HCM and customer experience, and a true passion for the future of work. She will bring together vision, innovation, technical expertise and operational leadership to develop the next generation of solutions that empower our customers to place people at the center of their business.”

Most recently, Bear was senior vice president of product and engineering at Juvo, a financial services company that employs data science, machine learning and game mechanics to create financial identities for mobile subscribers. She previously was the general manager of cloud services for cybersecurity firm Imperva and spent 11 years at Oracle, holding various HCM and customer experience leadership roles. She also held several engineering and product leadership roles at PeopleSoft and Saba Software.

Bear holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and entrepreneurship from the University of Arizona.

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