Reportedly Julia will land at TSIA (Technology Services Industry Association) as Vice President, Research and where she will be building a new practice called Services Revenue Generation working with top 100 technology companies to help them increase their services revenue.
Partner reaction to Julia’s departure included:
I have known Julia for years and she was a very capable, practical and useful resource to me at Sage. “Let’s Do Whatever It Takes To Get It Done” kind of person who understood the importance of the channel and the end-user. I am saddened to see her go.
While at Sage Julia led the installed base sales organization for MAS, Accpac, & Construction & Real Estate Accounting/CRM software businesses – including marketing CRM and Sage Payments into the installed Sage customer base.
She was with Sage almost 4 years having arrived from a 22 year stint at Hewlett Packard.
It’s hard to tell but with the volume of recent departures it seems the product and regional sales model announced in 2009 by then EVP Paul Johnson appears to be slowly
unraveling re-organizing on its own.