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Sybase CEO John Chen Left SAP After Successful Integration of Sybase

November 1st, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

SAP AG (SAP) is losing a top executive from Sybase Inc., the largest acquisition in the German software company’s history, after fully integrating the maker of mobile applications for business management

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Chen, i started my career in 1999 as a Sybase consultant and from that time i am following Sybase and still continuing. You have  made a great company and it is a classic story of  rebirth. You deserve full credit to what Sybase is today. I still remember the stock price from $2 when you took over and reaching a peak of mid $30 and then subsequent sales to SAP. I am a optimimist and still believes “SAP & Sybase marriage is made in heaven” . All the best for you Chen ” You are a great leader , innovator , strategist  and a game changert and your story with Sybase  will be remembered in the history books as one of the classics”.  Good luck for your next venture.


Source : http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-10-30/sap-loses-sybase-s-chen-after-gaining-blueprint-for-deals


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  1. Andrew
    November 1st, 2012 at 11:07 | #1

    Let’s hope the original DBMS focus will not get obfuscated. SAP so far has brought quite a good stream of life into Sybase as a DBMS vendor. It will be interesting to see whether HANA and ASE/IQ/RS will grow side-by-side or struggle with each other.

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