Sydney– Software major Adobe on Monday said James McCready who heads the company’s Japan business is expanding his role to lead the Asia Pacific (APAC) operations as well.
McCready, who was appointed the President of Adobe Japan in April this year, has extensive experience leading enterprise and commercial businesses in Asia and the US.
Prior to joining Adobe, McCready was Vice
President of APAC and Japan at Dell EMC, leading sales strategy and
execution, as well as platforms and solutions.
“James brings incredible experience to Adobe and I look forward to seeing him continue to grow Adobe’s business across APAC in his expanded role,” said Matt Thompson, Adobe Executive Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations.
The announcement follows the appointment of Paul Robson as President of Adobe in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Robson joined Adobe in November 2011 and has held various roles, most recently leading the company’s APAC business. (IANS)