Suzanne Steele to become Adobe MD, ANZ


By Jonathan Nally
Wednesday, 11 October, 2017


Suzanne Steele to become Adobe MD, ANZ

Adobe has appointed Suzanne Steele as managing director for the company’s operations in Australia and New Zealand. Steele will join the company in late November 2017.

For the past two years, Steele has led Experian’s ANZ operations as managing director. She has 25-plus years’ experience in management across data, software and analytics businesses in North America, the UK and Singapore, including senior roles at Visa Europe, CACI London and Morgan Stanley.

“I am absolutely delighted to be joining the Adobe team, I am energised by the momentum in the business and the opportunity that is before us in this market,” Steele said in a statement. “I look forward to working alongside our customers and our people to deliver exceptional outcomes and expand our market position.”

Steele will fill the vacancy left by Chris Skelton, current managing director for Adobe ANZ, who has decided to leave the company.

“Our ANZ business has enjoyed significant growth and maturity under Chris’s leadership and has a committed team in place focused on expanding our market leadership as well as delivering the best experiences for our customers,” said Paul Robson, president of Adobe Asia Pacific.

“We are thankful to Chris for his significant contributions and wish him all the best.

“Suzanne brings extensive experience to our committed team; she is a customer-centric leader who understands the importance of client relationships to competitive differentiation and growth,” Robson added.

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