BERLIN (Reuters) – Software company SAP said the head of its cloud business group had decided to leave the company, the latest in a string of top departures as Europe’s most valuable technology firm reshapes its operations.
Robert Enslin, who joined SAP in 1992 and had served on its board since 2014, had been tipped by some as a potential successor to Chief Executive Bill McDermott.
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During his two-year tenure as head of the cloud business group, Enslin helped build out SAP’s cloud portfolio including its $8 billion deal last year to buy Qualtrics, which specializes in tracking online sentiment.
Enslin’s exit follows other high-profile departures, including Bjoern Goerke, chief technology officer and head of SAP’s cloud platform business, and Bernd Leukert, the board executive who ran global service and support.
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