Mikael Hagström ( Executive Vice President, EMEA and Asia Pacific ) said , “This structure further aligns the organization with our goal to increase our effectiveness within the selected countries. That way, we can maximize our top revenue while growing our customer-centric focus within the region to expand our ‘trusted advisor’ status with our customers. ”
Sonny Halili, country manager for SAS Philippines, was named regional director of the Pacific Region. The Pacific region, which includes SAS offices in the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei and Guam, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, French Polynesia, Tuvalu, Samoa and Micronesia. “Sonny has multiplied revenues in the Philippines seven times since he took over six years ago,” said David Hughes SAS VP Asia Pacific “We are looking to Sonny’s leadership to establish Vietnam and Indonesia as rapidly growing countries.”
Under the leadership of Sudipta Sen, country manager of India is the newly formed South East Asia ( SEA ) region, which currently includes SAS offices in India and Thailand. “Sudipta has built a strong team in India,” Hughes said. “His presence in Thailand has greatly motivated and galvanized the team.”
SAS’s global revenue contribution from Asia Pacific continues to grow. Both directors have been instrumental to the success of the region.
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Source: Media Newswire