Tuesday, 09 June 2015 01:54

Burt joins NetSuite in Asia Pacific, Japan role

Graeme Burt, NetSuite Graeme Burt, NetSuite

Cloud-based financials ERP software provider NetSuite has appointed 25-year IT industry veteran Graeme Burt as its channel sales director Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ).

Burt, who is based in Sydney, joins NetSuite from BMC where he was country manager of enterprise solutions. Prior to that he was commercial sales director at Salesforce.com, commercial and channel director at Oracle and sales manager small enterprises at SAP.

Burt will be responsible for establishing best practices and providing strategic and operational leadership for NetSuite's growing channel team across the APJ region.

He is also charged with accelerating channel sales performance and deepening NetSuite's relationships with solution provider partners and distributors across the region, and the management of the company’s partner ecosystem across three sub-regions - Australia/New Zealand, Asia and Japan.

"Graeme has a history of implementing successful sales strategies throughout his career," said Lee Thompson, Senior Vice President and GM, Asia Pacific and Japan at NetSuite.

"We are investing heavily in the channel in APJ to better support our partners in the region. Graeme's exceptional sales leadership skills will add significant value to our customers, our partners and our own performance as he takes our Solution Provider Program to the next level."

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