SAP appoints Rohit Nagarajan as Regional President of SAP EMEA North

LONDON February, 2021 SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) announced Rohit Nagarajan has been appointed by the SAP Supervisory Board to succeed Brian Duffy as President for SAP in EMEA North.  Duffy was recently announced as the new President of Cloud for SAP, whilst Nagarajan most recently served as COO for the region.

Taking on this role, Rohit builds on more than 20 years of cross-geography and industry experience in the IT industry. As President for EMEA North, and effective from the beginning of April, he will be responsible for overseeing industry go-to-market efforts and all field execution across the UK and Ireland, The Netherlands, France, Belgium and Luxemburg as well as the Nordics and Baltics. He will focus on supporting SAP customers to automate their processes, impress their customers, empower their employees and increase revenue on their journey to becoming intelligent enterprises.

Scott Russell, Executive Board Member for Customer Success at SAP says, “SAP is absolutely driven to meet our customers’ transformation needs and to help them innovate in the cloud. Rohit is a trusted executive among thousands of customers, partner, and employees in our EMEA North region and the ideal leader to accelerate this drive, deliver value to organizations across markets and industries, and scale outcomes in close collaboration with our vast ecosystem.”

Before COO, Rohit served as SVP, Industries and Innovation for the region, responsible for enabling SAP customers adopt best practices across its industry & innovation portfolio, this followed his time as SAP Platform business lead for the Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) region for many years.  As part of SAP APJ’s Senior Executive Team, he was instrumental in charting and driving the company’s growth & innovation strategy within that region.

Nagarajan will be based out of London.

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