Wednesday, 10 April 2019 09:39

Two more senior hires at Syspro

Syspro Australasia sales director Todd Hunt Syspro Australasia sales director Todd Hunt

ERP vendor Syspro Australasia has followed the recent appointment of Rob Stummer as chief executive with two more senior hires.

"We are already seeing Syspro's business in Australia and New Zealand gaining significant momentum with a new structure in place to accelerate our growth," said Stummer.

"Our renewed focus and emphasis on a new 'Customer First Engagement' model, combined with a clear mandate to grow our strategic alliances and channel in this region, puts us in a very strong position indeed.

"By securing both Todd [Hunt] and Albert [Lau] to our team is a testament to the exciting growth strategy we are embarking on."

Todd Hunt has been appointed as Syspro's sales director for Australasia.

Syspro Todd Hunt

He previously worked as a sales executive at software vendors Sage and Infor, and as vice-president and APAC general manager at BlackLine.

"Todd is one of the most highly regarded and respected sales directors across the Asia Pacific region and will use his extensive experience in enterprise software to deliver exceptional customer support and growth across the Australasian region," said Stummer.

Albert Lau has been appointed to the role of regional strategic alliances and channel manager.

Syspro Albert Lau

He previously spent two decades with ERP vendor Pronto — a company known for valuing its long-serving employees — most recently in the role of channel manager.

"As a channel sales professional with a vast network, Albert has a deep understanding of complex business to business landscapes, with significant expertise in business process improvement, sales execution, strategic planning and partner engagement," said Stummer.

"Albert will play a pivotal role in growing Syspro's PartnerUP program and building a thriving channel community in the highly competitive enterprise software landscape in this region."


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Stephen Withers is one of Australia¹s most experienced IT journalists, having begun his career in the days of 8-bit 'microcomputers'. He covers the gamut from gadgets to enterprise systems. In previous lives he has been an academic, a systems programmer, an IT support manager, and an online services manager. Stephen holds an honours degree in Management Sciences and a PhD in Industrial and Business Studies.



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