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New local VP as Epicor chases ANZ cloud growth

05 Apr 16

Enterprise software provider Epicor is chasing Australian and New Zealand growth, announcing the appointment of Vince Randall into the regional vice president role. 

Epicor provides industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth.

Based in Sydney, Randall is tasked with growing Epicor’s enterprise software business, overseeing sales and operations in Australia as well as New Zealand, including the company’s growing partner network. He starts the role immediately.

“Randall joins us from NetSuite where he held senior roles for over eight years, most recently as sales director ANZ,” says Sabby Gill, executive vice president for Epicor International. 

“He brings a wealth of experience not only in in enterprise software sales but also in cloud solutions,” he says.

 “This is to our advantage as we continue working on transforming our organisation and realising our cloud-first strategy in the Asia Pacific region,”  Gill adds. “The cloud strategy, and our determination to grow by focussing on helping our customers grow, is what attracted Randall to join Epicor,” he explains.

“The ANZ market is demanding a combination of cloud and industry best practice. This is a key strength for Epicor and a reason why I’m excited about joining the company at such a transformational stage,” adds Randall. 

“In addition, Epicor has great people with the right skillset that understand how to partner with customers to help them grow their businesses. I'm looking forward to meeting every team member and understanding how we can continue to build on this competitive advantage,” he says. 

“I’m confident that the ANZ team has the expertise and the experience to become even more successful.

“This is to our advantage as we continue working on transforming our organisation and realising our cloud-first strategy in the Asia Pacific region,”

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