After six years at the helm of SAP East Africa, Andrew Waititu has resigned from his position and left the enterprise software maker.
According to his colleagues, Andrew, who joined the firm from Microsoft, left SAP at the end of May though his next destination still remains unknown as he’s yet to update his professional profile.
(TOP: Andrew Waititu – left – former MD, SAP East Africa and Duncan Onyango, MD, Acumen East Africa, during a previous event).
In the meantime, Ashley Boag, SAP Africa’s Chief Business Officer, is the acting MD for East Africa.
Some months to his departure, Waititu was known for penning ope’d pieces where he sought to explain the various technology trends before drawing a link on how SAP’s solutions could help in addressing the various challenges challenges facing enterprises, public institutions as well as cities.
He was the MD of SAP East Africa from July 2010 working from the firm’s Nairobi office with a responsibility for “P&L of the business across the greater East Africa region, the development of a sustainable engagement model that includes the growth into new markets and the development of new strategic business lines.”
Prior to SAP, Waititu had a long stint at Microsoft, starting as a Channel Manager in 2001 before rising to the position of the Anti-Piracy Lead for the firm’s East and Southern Africa operation when he left.