Oracle hires Nick Redshaw as senior vice president for Middle East and Africa
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Oracle hires Nick Redshaw as senior vice president for Middle East and Africa

Oracle hires Nick Redshaw as senior vice president for Middle East and Africa

Redshaw has over 35 years’ experience in the IT industry having worked in sales and executive roles across the globe

Oracle has announced the appointment of Nick Redshaw as the senior vice president – cloud technology for Middle East and Africa.

In this role, he will lead Oracle’s rapidly growing cloud business in the region and work closely with Oracle’s customers to help accelerate their digital transformation journeys.

Redshaw joins Oracle from IBM, where his most recent position was vice president Server Sales, Europe Middle East and Africa, a post he took up in January 2000 after returning from the US. Prior to that, he was the general manager at IBM Systems Hardware North America, and before that vice president IBM Global Servers and Cognitive Systems.

He has over 35 years’ experience in the IT industry having worked in sales and executive roles across the globe with IBM since 1985, with extensive experience in emerging markets and growing businesses across diverse regions.

Redshaw holds a degree in Biochemistry and Genetics from Exeter University besides also studying at the Retail Management Institutes at Oxford and Sterling Universities.

Meanwhile, with cloud computing proliferating in the Middle East, Oracle has demonstrated its commitment to the region with massive investments to enable organisations of all sizes to achieve strategic objectives through digital transformation.

Read: Oracle announces second cloud region in the UAE

Recently, the company launched a cloud region in Abu Dhabi that aims to provide customers with more robust business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities.

Also read: Public cloud gains pace in the MENA region

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