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SAP Appoints Meaghan Sullivan As VP

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SAP has appointed Meaghan Sullivan as vice president of Global Channel Marketing. In this role, she is tasked with accelerating global indirect revenue through channel marketing practices. Ms. Sullivan will report directly to Hernan Marino, senior vice president of worldwide Ecosystem and Channels Routes to Market Marketing.

Prior to SAP, Ms. Sullivan was vice president of channel strategy at HP. Before joining HP in April 2008, she held various business and market development positions at Motorola, Pillar Data Systems and BakBone Software. Ms. Sullivan also served as senior manager of Strategic Alliances at Veritas and worked in Product Marketing as strategic account executive at Quantum Corporation.

Ms. Sullivan studied international business, economics and Japanese at the University of Puget Sound in the U.S.

Upload: 06-23-12

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