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SAP Canada Management Team

SAP Canada oversees the company’s business operations in Canada.

SAP Canada Management Team

SAP Canada oversees the company’s business operations in Canada.

Learn more about the SAP Canada Management Team, or choose to view the management teams for SAP U.S. or SAP North America.


John Graham

Managing Director, SAP Canada

John Graham is the managing director of SAP Canada, and is responsible for driving growth across SAP’s industry-leading cloud, mobile, and database solutions.

Managing Director, SAP Labs Canada

Kirsten Sutton is the managing director of SAP Labs Canada. In this role, she is responsible for inspiring innovation within the Canadian development organization, managing the SAP Labs facilities across Canada, as well as being the external and internal liaison of SAP Labs Canada.

Arthur Gitajn
Chief Financial Officer, SAP Canada

Arthur Gitajn is the chief financial officer for SAP Canada. He is responsible for orchestrating all financial functions, including business planning and analysis, accounting, controlling, forecasting, risk management, and compliance.


Leagh Turner
Chief Operating Officer, SAP Canada

Leagh Turner is the chief operating officer (COO) for SAP Canada. In this role, she is responsible for SAP Canada’s operations, coordinating the company’s cross functions in the pursuit of unified customer demand strategies, increased pipeline and sales, and, ultimately, happier customers.

Mitch Bouchard
Head of Financial Services, SAP Canada

As head of Financial Services for SAP Canada, Mitch Bouchard helps banking, insurance, and capital market customers reduce complexity, improve efficiency, and grow by leveraging SAP solutions that range from cloud computing and big data analytics to advanced database technology.

Susan Cook
Head of Public Sector, SAP Canada

As head of Public Sector for SAP Canada, Susan Cook works alongside federal, provincial, municipal, and healthcare organizations to steer them through the industry-wide technology shift and help them take advantage of the latest and most crucial trends.


Kimberly Gastle
Head of Central Region Sales, SAP Canada

Kimberly Gastle is head of central region sales for SAP Canada. In this role, she is responsible for driving growth across all lines of business, including SAP’s cloud, mobile, and database technologies in central Canada.

Daniel H. Greenberg
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, SAP Canada

Daniel Greenberg is general counsel and corporate secretary for SAP Canada, a role in which he manages the legal and contracts department supporting all SAP business in the region.

Randy Lenaghan
Head of Sales, SAP Canada

Randy Lenaghan is head of Sales for SAP Canada, and leads the sales team across the country, helping customers in key industries to optimize and simplify their technical landscapes to drive business success.  


Brian Moore
Head of West Region Sales, SAP Canada

As head of west region sales for SAP Canada, Brian Moore develops and oversees the region's sales strategy, aligning its focus with overall business objectives.


Joseph Mullins
Head of Services, SAP Canada

In his role as head of Services, Joseph Mullins ensures customers fully realize success from their investment in SAP® offerings, while driving go-to-market strategy and overseeing sales and delivery operations for all SAP Canada service lines across the region.

Dany Ortchanian
Head of East Region Sales, SAP Canada

Dany Ortchanian is the head of east region sales for SAP Canada. He works with decision-makers of large Canadian companies across a number of sectors, mapping out their toughest business challenges and finding the best way SAP can increase their productivity and profitability.


Rob Stevens
Head of Ecosystems & Channels, SAP Canada

Rob Stevens is head of Ecosystems & Channels for SAP Canada, with responsibility for all indirect business nationally, as well as all SAP alliances. He builds strong and productive relationships with channel partners to drive development, enablement, and revenue growth.  

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