Stuart Dickinson makes SAP top 10 'most influential' list a second time

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Oxygen, a DXC Technologies Company’s recently appointed Chief Executive, Stuart Dickinson, has been recognised as one of the top 10 most influential people in the SAP community throughout Australia and New Zealand. It is the second time he has been included in the list.

Each year independent SAP industry magazine, Inside SAP, calls for nominations across three categories of those who have been influential in the SAP community over the last year – Most Influential Partners, Most Influential Community Contributors and Most Influential Project Leaders.

Recently promoted to the position of Chief Executive, following the departure of former CEO Mike T. Smith, Dickinson has been responsible for leading Oxygen, a DXC Technologies Company’s growth in the Australian market. In his former role of General Manager – Consulting and Solutions, Dickinson led a team of 150 SAP consultants based around Australia.

In 2011 Oxygen, a DXC Technologies Company was rewarded for its innovative work at the SAP Customer Awards of Excellence, taking out the title of Best SAP CRM for its Integria Healthcare project, which saw the company implement mobile CRM functionality to its sales force in just eight weeks and Best SAP ERP with Channel for its work with Pacific Hydro.

The company now has 12 awards to its name and Dickinson says he is extremely pleased with company’s success over the last year.

“Delivering a number of successful projects and getting our customers recognised through the SAP awards process has been particularly satisfying, as has been continuing to drive our practice and add great team members to the organisation, so we will continue to grow and build,” Dickinson says.

Readers of Inside SAP voted online for the nominee they felt was most influential in each of the three categories. This reader vote accounted for 50 percent of each nominee’s final score, while the remaining 50 percent of their score was generated based on a submission by the nominees, covering a range of areas including significant projects undertaken during 2001, awards or recognition received, community involvement and other achievements demonstrating influence. The highest scorers in each category were then named in the Top 10.

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