Kerry Agiasotis to lead Sage APAC business as EVP

Prior to joining Sage APAC, Kerry Agiasotis was serving as the President of Western Union’s Global Business Solutions since 2013

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Integrated cloud accounting, payroll and payment systems company, Sage, has announced the appointment of Kerry Agiasotis as the Executive Vice President for Sage Asia Pacific.

Agiasotis will take office starting 11th of next month and will report to Blair Crump, President, Sage. Agiasotis will be responsible for ensuring the company’s growth and success in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region as well as assume responsibilities for the Australia business.

He will also drive the company’s development on providing customers with newly-launched global cloud technologies and support, new customer acquisition and loyal following for local payroll, payment and accounting solutions.

In his previous outfit, Agiasotis, was the President of Western Union’s global business solutions since 2013. Before that he led the company’s sales function and held the position of Regional Managing Director for the APAC region. Apart from Western Union, Agiasotis has held leadership positions at Oracle’s sales business and Siebel Systems.

“With his vast and varied experience running businesses across the Asia Pacific market, Kerry is well-positioned to lead Sage’s business in one of the fastest growing regions in the world,” said Crump.

Agiasotis bring over 20 years of experience in business management, sales and consulting to the table, gained primarily in the Financial Services and IT Industries. He has a understanding of business builders, having had his own business consultancy practice serving SMEs in the past.

“Sage has taken great strides across the APAC region to support businesses – the engine room of the economy – with emerging cloud technologies that help them grow and thrive. I’m excited to work with colleagues to build on this success and serve customers with the transformative power of Sage’s software solutions,” said Agiasotis.

He will be based in Sydney, Australia, and step into the role post Alan Osrin, Managing Director, Sage Australia retires next month.

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