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VMware appoints Tan Siew as Singapore country manager
Fri, 20th May 2022
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Tan Siew San has been appointed as Singapore country manager and will join the company mid-June.

In this capacity, she will head all business activities, including strategy and investments, helm local business units and grow the teams, and drive engagement with customers, partners, and key stakeholders.

"Singapore is a key leader in innovation and digitalisation not just in Asia, but globally, and is actively driving its Smart Nation initiative with organisations assiduously shifting to cloud adoption," VMware Southeast Asia and Korea vice president and managing director Paul Simos says.

With her strong experience in business development, team leadership, driving sales growth and knowledge of the local enterprise and government sectors, Tan will play a key role in spurring and empowering businesses here to scale faster and achieve even greater success in the digital economy," Simos adds.

"Organisations in Singapore are digitising at a rapid pace, and with economies regaining their sparkle, I look forward to helping businesses accelerate to a digital future with solutions such as hybrid and multi-cloud, app modernisation, security, networking, and digital workspace platforms," Tan Siew San says.

Tan Siew San brings with her over 20 years of IT and team leadership experience.

Before joining VMware, she was the Head of Sales for Singapore - ASEAN with global IT and communications services provider Orange Business Services. She has also held key people, sales and business development roles with HP Services and Microsoft Singapore.