Sage has announced that Nina Smith, who headed up the company’s North
American business management division, has left the accountancy software
supplier, after a management shake-up.
Smith who has spent seven years at the company was until recently chief
marketing officer. She was named president of the newly created business
management division, which handles all of Sage’s accounting software, in a
reshuffle in 2007 WepCPA reports.
In a company statement Smith, the latest senior figure to leave the company,
resigned to pursue other interests.
Other senior members to have left the US board in the last year include CEO
Ron Verni, chief financial officer Jim Eckstaedt, senior vice president Taylor
Macdonald and Jim Foster the chief technology officer
The Newcastle-based business also announced the appointment of a new chief
technology officer, despite previously saying it had no plans to fill the CTO
vacancy after Jim Foster left the post in October 2007.
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