NCR appoints David Miller Vice President Asia Pacific
New position to drive customer focus and growth across a single Asia Pacific region for NCR.
NCR Corporation named David Miller as its vice president of Asia Pacific, a new position reporting to Peter Leav, NCR's senior vice president of global sales, according to an NCR report.
David Miller will lead a newly-created single sales organisation across Asia Pacific, excluding Japan. As part of NCR's ongoing business transformation, NCR is consolidating separate sales organisations in North Asia Pacific and South Asia Pacific into one single sales region to drive customer focus and growth across key geographical markets.
David Miller has been leading the NCR South Asia Pacific sales region since joining in 2009 from Beijing-based Lenovo, where he led the company's Asia Pacific and Japan business. He also has Asia leadership experience with Dell, including as president of China and Hong Kong. Patrick Chou, NCR's North Asia Pacific vice president, is leaving NCR.
"Creating a single APAC region is a strategic move that will benefit NCR and its customers by enabling us to optimise our resources and investments to meet our customers' needs and grow our business," said Peter Leav, NCR's senior vice president of global sales. "David is well-positioned to help NCR find strategic synergies for competing – and winning – in the many emerging markets across Asia. We wish Patrick Chou every success in the future and thank him for his contribution."
Commenting, David Miller said, "The new APAC structure will help drive NCR's goals of expanding financial, retail and new industries across the region. I'm looking forward to using my extensive experience across the region, including living and working in China, to build our talented team and customer focus in this dynamic market for NCR."