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New sales appointment points to further growth

17 June 2014

New sales appointment points to further growth

Soltius New Zealand has appointed a new sales manager, Nigel Blair, as the company looks to take SAP’s expanding portfolio of products to the New Zealand market.

Nigel has a 28 year career in the New Zealand IT industry and was previous at Intergen. In his new role he will lead a sales and account management team of seven as well as serve as a member of the Soltius executive team.

With more than 100 consultants and offices in Auckland and Wellington, Soltius is an SAP gold partner delivering the full breadth of SAP services and solutions to more than 80 large enterprises and mid-size companies.

Soltius CEO Nick Mulcahy says Nigel brings a wealth of experience in building and maintaining customer relationships and driving product sales.

“Maintaining strong partnerships with our customers and ensuring they get the best value from their existing SAP investment is at the heart of our ongoing success.

“At the same we need to respond to demand from our customers and the wider market as they recognise the potential of SAP cloud, analytics and mobility. Nigel is the right person to lead our sales team and contribute at a strategic level as we continue on our journey as an SAP partner.”

Nigel says that he joined Soltius because of its track record and strong culture. “Soltius has maintained a leadership position in the New Zealand SAP community because it builds enduring relationships with its customers and has the best SAP consultants in the market.

“But as SAP innovates Soltius evolves the business to ensure we can offer the latest solutions and that’s the exciting part of this role.”

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