Unit4 has hired Haran Sold to fill the new position of as EVP of domestic businesses. Sold will be global representative for all domestic businesses in the Unit4 Executive Committee, with GMs of those businesses reporting to him. Sold was previously with smartShift Technologies from July 2014 through December 2016.
MYOB is readying a pilot test of its new partner program. OK. The company is based in Australia and also operates in New Zealand, but does not do business in the United States, but many of us are curious about what the neighbors do. One hundred firms will participate in the pilot with partner managers asked nominate channel members they would like to participate.
SAP, which has pledged to invest around $2.1 billion in the Internet of Things over five years, has named its IoT portfolio SAP IoT. The name is taken from the inventor, Leonardo da Vinci. The software giant plans a global IoT event that is scheduled to be held from July 11–12 in Frankfurt, Germany, at the KAP EUROPA.
Serenic Software has combined with its sister company Bellamy Software. Both units, which target the nonprofit market, are owned by Sylogist, a publicly held Canadian business. Operating as Serenic, the company is incorporating Bellamy's Analytics, Budgeting, Asset Management, Revenue and Operating modules into the Serenic Navigator line.
Kenandy, which develops financial software on the Salesforce platform, has named Donna Armstrong as VP of partners and services. Armstrong, who joined the company in October, will be responsible for helping the Redwood City, Calif.-based Kenandy grow operations and expand its channel.