Published 14-03-2019

RESOURCE PLANNER APPOINTS AUSTRALASIAN CEO

14-03-2019
Rob Stummer, Syspro Australasia

Global enterprise resource planning provider Syspro has appointed Rob Stummer as CEO of Syspro Australasia. He holds several degrees, including a Master of Information and Communication Technology from the University of Melbourne. He has held executive positions in private and publicly listed companies including KPMG, Accenture and most recently IFS, and will apply his vast experience in enterprise application technology to drive Syspro’s continued growth across the region.

“Today’s pace of change is exponential and digital transformation has never been more important,” he says. “I am passionate about translating vision and strategy into world-class execution, bringing together teams and ecosystems to drive results. Syspro is leading the charge with digital transformation and innovation, so I am excited to be able to leverage this to increase our market share and deliver exceptional service to our customers and partners in the region.”

Syspro CEO Phil Duff has welcomed Stummer’s appointment. “Rob has a proven track record of growing and improving performance in complex commercial environments so we are delighted to have someone of his caliber leading this important region,” he says. “Rob will be instrumental in aligning strategy, leadership and culture to deliver sustainable results for all stakeholders in the region. He displays great vision and I believe that his approach to creating ‘strategy with purpose’ will drive significant growth going forward.”

Syspro Australasia
02 9870 5555
au.syspro.com

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