SAP Appoints Morgan as President of Public Services Subsidiary

SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) has appointed Jennifer Morgan as president of SAP Public Services, Inc.

Morgan will be responsible for all SAP sales to the federal government and is tasked with expanding SAP’s leadership in the U.S. public sector.

She will report to Pat Bakey, senior vice president and general manager of strategic industries at SAP North America.

Morgan recently served as vice president of SAP Public Services’ federal civilian division, where she helped numerous government agencies transition from legacy systems to modern software platforms with mobile and business analytics capabilities.

Morgan previously served as director for Siebel Systems’ federal and homeland security business and was a client manager at Accenture (NYSE: ACN).

“Jen’s innovative leadership style combined with a relentless focus on execution has produced a track record of outstanding success across a wide range of leadership assignments, all of which will position her to further expand SAP’s growth in the public sector, ” said Bakey.

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