Laurie Schultz Out At Sage North America SVP and GM, Mid-Market ERP Solutions

New is filtering in that Laurie Schultz, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mid-Market ERP Solutions, is leaving the company as of the end of the month. Laurie was in charge of the Mid-Market solutions which also included Sage ERP MAS90, MAS200, MAS500 and the newest ERP X3 lines as it was marketed in North America.

Laurie was recently spotlighted on the global ERP X3 conference call on May 26, 2011 where she was the only North America executive representing Sage  in explaining the Sage ERP X3 marketing plans.

Laurie joined Sage in October 2004 and previously worked at Intuit as VP of their Small Business Division. In recent years she had risen through the ranks as Sage spending a little over 2 years as GM of their Small Business Division before moving to become Senior VP and General Manager.

The June 2011 edition of Computer Dealer News named Laurie Schultz one of the top 20 women in the IT Channel.

Her bio (via LinkedIn) Includes:

P&L accountability for multi million dollar ERP software portfolio spanning 7 products (Accpac, MAS90, MAS500, X3, Pro, PFW, Active Planner), 600 employees, 100K customers, 2K Resellers, and 100 countries. Nominated one of Canada’s “Top 20 Women in the IT Channel” (http://epubs.itworldcanada.com/issue/33254)

Confirmation from the company is still pending though numerous channel sources claim to have already been briefed on this change. UPDATE: Sage has released a formal announcement. Full copy after the break.

Initial indication of the move was confirmed late in the day on Tuesday July 19, 2011 via Seth Fineberg who is an Editor at Accounting Today.


via: Seth Fineberg Twitter
Final confirmation arrived later from Sage in the form of what appeared to be a MME wide announcement.

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  1. That would have been a great lost!!

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