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Software AG bolsters ANZ team with former IBM channel exec

30 Sep 16

Software AG is ranked as a leader in many digital categories and has more than 4,300 employees in 70 countries around the world – with looks to expand, particularly in ANZ.

The software company has just announced the appointment of Ann Maree Bonica as marketing manager for ANZ at Software AG.

In this role, Bonica will be responsible for developing and driving marketing activities for the company across Australia and New Zealand.

Her position also includes building marketing programmes and utilising social media channels to help drive greater reach into key sectors of the marketplace.

Bonica has over 15 years’ experience in the technology industry and has held a number of marketing roles with IBM. These roles include Marketing Leader, Software Group Channels ANZ, Channel Marketing Manager, Software Group Channels ANZ and Marketing Communications Specialist, Software Group ANZ.

 “Software AG is a well-known and established brand name with innovative solutions with software ranging from streaming analytics, business modelling and portfolio management,” she says.

“I am excited to be working with the Software AG team to raise the company’s profile in the ANZ region and among current and prospective customers.”

Gordon Gakovic, managing director for Software AG ANZ is pleased to welcome Bonica to the ANZ team.

“Software AG is a leader in the digital transformation space, having worked and enabled hundreds of organisations and enterprises achieve significant cost savings and business efficiencies both with our Digital Business Platform and leading-edge solutions,“ he says.

“Ann Maree’s appointment helps add an additional facet to our team and will help build greater awareness of Software AG in ANZ.”

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