Tim Bryant Appointed Chief Revenue Officer of SAP SuccessFactors in Asia Pacific and Japan


Singapore April 11, 2024 —SAP today announced the appointment of Tim Bryant to the position of Chief Revenue Officer, SAP SuccessFactors, Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ). The cloud-native SAP SuccessFactors HCM Suite is used by more than 10,000 customers globally, with functionality spanning core HR and payroll, talent management, HR analytics and workforce planning, and employee experience management.

The Head of SAP SuccessFactors in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) since 2022, Tim steps into the role recently vacated by Angela Colantuono, who has been appointed President and Managing Director for SAP ANZ.

In his new role, Tim will develop and lead the SAP SuccessFactors business strategy across APJ, accelerating customers’ moves to the cloud and supporting adoption of the latest Business AI innovations to better support their people objectives.

Announcing the appointment, President of SAP APJ, Paul Marriott said, “Asia Pacific and Japan is already one of the fastest-growing regions globally for SAP, and Tim’s extensive human capital management experience and strong leadership credentials make him the right leader for this role. I’m confident in his ability to drive the next phase of growth, while supporting customers across the region to achieve their people ambitions, grow, and scale. I thank Angela Colantuono for her leadership over the last two years, and I know she will continue to deliver customer success and growth for SAP ANZ.”

SAP SuccessFactors HCM suite delivers individualized experiences to keep employees engaged, learning, productive, and connected, as well as helping organizations build the workforce agility needed to keep pace with continuous change. SAP SuccessFactors HCM suite also incorporates AI innovations such as the talent intelligence hub, an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered skills framework which is now generally available to customers.

“Organisations across the APJ region are increasingly exploring how technology – and in particular Business AI – can help them identify, develop, and retain top talent and enable them to better understand, build, and leverage the skills of their workforces,” said Bryant. “I look forward to helping Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs) and other business leaders leverage SAP SuccessFactors to build a dynamic and competitive workforce that is both highly engaged and productive.”

Tim will report directly to Liher Urbizu, Chief Business Officer, SAP APJ. He will continue to be based in Melbourne.

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