Microsoft Does Channel Executive ShuffleBy eChannelLine | Print
In advance of Worldwide Partner Conference, Michael Park moves from corporate vice president of U.S. SMS&P to corporate vice president of Microsoft business solutions sales, marketing and operations.
Microsoft is shifting around several of its executives, including executives in its Small to Mid-market Solutions and Partners (SMS&P) division.
Michael Park, who currently serves as the corporate vice president of U.S. SMS&P, is taking on a new role as the corporate vice president of Microsoft business solutions sales, marketing and operations. Meanwhile, Phil Sorgen, who has been the president of Microsoft Canada for the past 3.5 years, is returning to the U.S. to lead SMS&P across all business segments. Sorgen will be responsible for a team of sales, marketing and partner management professioning that serve Microsoft's business customers and partner community.
Sorgen and his leadership team will be responsible for ensuring Microsoft and its partners deliver technology-based business solutions to the 6 million SMBs across the U.S.
Filling Sorgen's role in Canada is Eric Gales, who steps into the role of president of Microsoft Canada after leading the SMS&P organization Canada for the past three years. Prior to joining Microsoft Canada, Eric was a director within the Microsoft U.K. SMS&P business for seven years.