Sage has announced the appointment of Kerry Agiasotis into the role of executive vice president for Sage Asia Pacific.
This follows the retirement of Alan Osrin, who has been in the industry for 30 years.
Mr Agiasotis will begin his role with Sage on 11 September this year, coming from Western Union Business Solutions where he was president of its global business solutions division for four years.
He has a background in sales and consulting, primarily in financial services and IT.
“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 Sage president Blair Crump of the appointment.
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