Scott Ehmen, VP of North American partner sales and strategy since 2016, has left Sage. When it was announced that Sage was combining the Enterprise Management and Sage Intacct Business Builders Conference, I am sure I was not the only one wondering if Sage needed channel leaders for both Sage and Intacct.

And when a call with Ehmen was cancelled to be replaced a week later with one with Ehmen and Taylor Macdonald, the thought grew.  That was actually going to be the subject of an advance story for Monday’s Sage Summit. Lesson: trust your gut and act. In the meantime, Sage has announced Nancy Teixera will be the interim person in Ehmen’s position for the United States and Canada. Teixiera has been with Sage for five years. The change was announced to the channel by Nancy Harris, managing director for North America, who wished Ehmen well in his future endeavors. A lot of stuff has seemed up the air with the increasing prominence of Intacct and the U.S. in Sage global operations. Robert Reid, Intacct’s managing director, went on the Sage executive committee in the last year. In the last month, Aaron Harris, Intacct’s chief technology officer, took on that role with the global company and also went on the executive committee, joining Blair Crump, president of Sage North America. At some point, Ron McMurtie, chief marketing officer, also went on the committee. Four Americans on the executive committee—this is the first time this country has had that much representation at corporate. 

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