Data migration software company BackOffice Associates has announced the appointment of former IBM Executive Director Tilman Binder as DACH Managing Director for BackOffice Associates’ EUAF region.
Binder has a track record of over 10 years at IBM for IBM Global Technology Services, working in both Germany and Japan. Prior to IBM, he spent 10 years at SAP in Walldorf and Tokyo, leading the business unit responsible for the Life Sciences go-to-market strategy.
“We are absolutely delighted to have Tilman heading up our DACH team,” said Clive Bellmore, CEO of BackOffice Associates, Europe and Africa.
“Our DACH business has experienced substantial growth over the past year with a focus on helping SAP customers complete their journey to SAP S/4HANA. Having someone of Tilman’s calibre leading the organisation will further accelerate that growth.”
BackOffice Associates relocated its DACH headquarters to Stuttgart in July 2018, further extending its focus across the DACH region and its partnership with SAP. In Germany and Switzerland, BackOffice Associates has delivered business outcomes through its software and services solutions to an array of companies in the Germany, Austria and Switzerland region.
“What attracted me to BackOffice Associates was the team’s passion and dedication to their clients,” said newly appointed Binder.
“It’s an exciting time to be working in the data business and to be part of the mission to empower organisations to transform their business results through data.”
SAP has been reselling data migration and solutions from BackOffice Associates as SAP Solution Extensions since 2014.
With over one-third of BackOffice Associates’ business coming from the DACH region, the company delivers data transformation solutions supporting clients’ business transformation initiatives, including migrating to SAP S/4HANA and the Intelligent Enterprise.
Binder’s role will be to advise clients on global transformation while implementing new software and processes, for example, Service Integration, Demand Management (from Idea to Project, Portfolio and global Budget Mgmt.
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