On 13th October, Paul Cooper, UKISUG Chairman will host Michiel Verhoeven, the new MD for SAP UKI.
Join us for an exclusive, virtual fireside chat. We will discuss topics such as Michiel’s first impressions and the changing world we find ourselves in - from the pandemic to the upcoming BREXIT and how he sees UKI organisations adapting. He will also outline his thoughts of SAP UKI, where his priorities will be for the remainder of the year, 2021 and beyond.
Michiel will also be answering questions directly posed from UKISUG members.
This event will take place on Zoom and dial in details will be sent 24 hours in advance.
SAP UKI Managing Director
Michiel Verhoeven has been UK & Ireland Managing Director of SAP SE since July 2020. He leads the 5,000 strong UK & Ireland team, executing SAP’s UKI growth strategy with a focus on delivering customer success and innovation in the region, together with SAP’s ecosystem partners.
With over 25 years of experience in growing technology sales and services organisations, Michiel is a trusted advisor to clients and board members pursuing digital transformation to differentiate their competitive strategy and improve internal capabilities. Michiel is passionate about people development and growth, as well as SAP’s commitment to social entrepreneurship and sustainability, having been a member of the Board of Advisors for Impact Investment Exchange (IIX) and SAP executive sponsor for the 1 Billion Lives social entrepreneurship program.
Michiel has been with SAP for the past seven years working in sales and services roles and, prior to that, spent eight years at Microsoft. Most recently, Michiel was responsible for leading services across Asia Pacific and Japan, whilst establishing the global Services Business Office (SBO), where he brought together multiple teams and shaped the offerings, go-to-market, innovation and ecosystem direction of the business.
Michiel holds an MBA in Management & Marketing from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a BS in Accountancy from Haagse Hogeschool in The Netherlands.
Michiel is originally from The Netherlands, but has been living outside of the country for more than thirty years, in Asia, the US and France. He lives in London with his wife and two daughters and is a keen cyclist.
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