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PeopleSoft appoints Director of Sales Operations


PeopleSoft appoints Director of Sales Operations Asia Pacific & Japan

PeopleSoft has appointed Geoff Dickson as Sales Operations Director Asia Pacific and Japan. The newly created role will focus on a number of key initiatives including driving an industry benchmark pre-sales organisation, the building of a ‘Centre of Excellence’ capability to support entry to new markets, and enhancing the sales organisation.

Based in Sydney, Dickson joins PeopleSoft following more than 16 years experience at NCR Corporation, where he most recently held the position of Vice President – Marketing and Alliances for the Teradata Division Asia Pacific. In his roles at NCR Dickson was instrumental in aligning sales, alliances and marketing with opportunities in diverse markets such as Korea and China.

Commenting on the appointment, Andrew Barkla, Vice President Asia Pacific, PeopleSoft said, “PeopleSoft in Asia Pacific is focused upon execution excellence – in both our customer and sales engagements. Geoff brings to PeopleSoft strong experience in similar roles across the region and will be driving our operations to maintain our high standards of service delivery.”

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