Tuesday, 04 February 2020 10:59

Teradata taps Budge for APJ EVP role

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Cloud analytics company Teradata has appointed Keith Budge to the newly created role of APJ executive vice president.

Budge has more than 25 years of experience in regional leadership roles for US-based technology companies.

He joined Teradata from Genesys, where he served as senior vice president and APJ general manager.

Budge previously held similar roles at Ooyala, Progress Software, Pivotal (formerly Greenplum), SAP (formerly Business Objects) and Oracle.

Earlier in his career he had two stints at Telstra (as videotex marketing manager and as general manager of public sector value added services), and also worked as a policy analyst and corporate planner for the WA government.

Budge has served on various boards at Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore), and been a guest lecturer in management at Sun Yat Sen University (China), among other voluntary roles.

He holds a BBus from Edith Cowan University and an MBA from RMIT University, and has completed executive programs at the London Business School and Stanford/National University of Singapore.

"Joining Teradata at this point in its journey is a great evolution for me and my curiosity for the way technology is actively improving communities and economies," said Budge.

"This new chapter excites me because I've worked with Teradata as both a partner and a competitor and I've seen how it's deep heritage in data – and ability to handle data analytics at a scale no one else can – enables it to deliver quite incredible outcomes for local businesses and governments. I now get to be part of how we continue to do that in the future."

 


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