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MONDAY GONE FROM SAGE? Featured

Marc Monday, who has run the Sage channel in North America, is gone from the company, according to reseller sources.

Monday had served as VP of strategic partner and alliances since Nancy Teixiera left the job of running the channel in January 23. In a typical Sage practice, Monday was name to the position in an interim capacity before being given the job. Before this development, he had held a global position but that job was cut apart. The new face in the channel is Nancy Sperry, who was named VP of partner sales this month and who was recently introduced to partners. Turnover continues among veterans in the channel structures. This month, Linda Kolker, left after eight years nine months with Sage, having serves most recently as regional VP of channel sales. She took a position as Sage Lead with reseller Blytheco. Kent Hollrah, with Sage Intacct for nine years seven months departed to become director of digital growth for accounting firm CLA. He had served as a regional VP in channel sales in the nonprofit area, where Kolker was also an expert. A senior channel executive, Rita Strauss, left this month to become a senior channel executive for Martus Solutions, whose channel program is headed by former Sage and Intacct exec Taylor Macdonald. Strauss also spent slightly more than nine years with Sage. Ed Kless, widely known and leader of the Sage Accountants Solutions, left in April after almost 21 years. One notable exception was Peyton Burch, who worked at Sage Intacct for 13 years eight months. He was apparently dismissed about November, a move not announced, but was brought back as a VP of channel sales with the arrival of Sperry.

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