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Veteran Greg Tomb to Head New Global On-Demand Organisation


SAP Veteran Greg Tomb to Head New Global On-Demand Organisation


SAP NEWSBYTE —With the continued growth of its on-demand business and the new, high-powered, portfolio of on-demand solutions SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) is bringing to market, the company today announced that Greg Tomb has rejoined SAP to head the new Global On-Demand Sales and Go-to-Market organisation. To guide SAP’s continued advancement as an on-demand market leader, Tomb and his team will drive a significant focus on enabling organisations worldwide to take advantage of new, innovative applications that bring immediate value to sales, procurement, human resources and finance organisations.


In his new role at SAP, Tomb will report to Rob Enslin, president of Global Field Operations and a corporate officer of the SAP Group. Tomb will help ensure that the needs for this high-growth business are addressed globally. He will also play a critical role as SAP expands the on-demand solution portfolio to additional applications for specific countries and industries.


Most recently, Tomb served as CEO and president of Vivido Mobile Inc., an on-demand mobile applications company and certified partner of SAP that develops applications that enable enterprises to enhance productivity for their sales organisations and management. Prior to this work, Tomb held a number of senior roles at SAP, including president of SAP North America and executive vice president leading both the Field Services organisation for the Americas and the Enterprise Sales organization in the United States.

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