Schreiber brings more than 25 years of international SAP business experience to support Syntax expansion of its SAP portfolio
IT service provider Syntax strengthened its international SAP expertise by appointing Oliver Schreiber to its board of directors. Schreiber, who is one of the world’s most distinguished SAP experts, will contribute primarily to the board as an expert in the European SAP market.
With more than 25 years in the SAP cloud and network business, and experience as an SAP Mentor, Schreiber brings a uniquely qualified perspective to help expand Syntax’s SAP business unit. As board advisor, Schreiber will focus on expanding Syntax’s portfolio and delivery capabilities to solidify it as the end-to-end cloud service provider of choice for customers everywhere.
“There’s so much opportunity right now in the ERP and cloud spaces, and SAP is constantly evolving to keep its users at the helm of innovation,” said Christian Primeau, CEO of Syntax. “So the timing could not be more perfect for Oliver to join our board. He is a distinguished SAP expert whose extensive network and experience as a consultant and entrepreneur will allow Syntax to continue providing best-in-class services to our customers.”
In addition to his role on Syntax’s Board of Directors, Schreiber is the CEO and founder of OSconomy GmbH, a consulting company that provides SaaS services on the SAP Cloud Platform. Previously, Schreiber held several SAP-related executive management positions.
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“I’m honored and excited about the opportunity to join such a strong and skilled team,” said Schreiber. “Organizations today face many SAP-related challenges, like the migration to S/4HANA by 2027, the redesign of IT landscapes into hybrid cloud structures and the integration of the Internet of Things (IoT) into existing infrastructures. I’m looking forward to supporting and advising Syntax customers as they navigate these complex infrastructures and cross-technology application processes.”