Sage's UK boss Jacqueline de Rojas is leaving the firm a little over seven months after taking on the role.
De Rojas (pictured) joined Sage in September, after leaving former employer Citrix in the summer. She had previously ran the virtualisation firm's northern Europe business, following stints at Home Retail Group, CA Technologies and McAfee.
On top of her role at Sage, de Rojas is president of TechUK and is a non-exec director of Rightmove. She is also a keen advocate of promoting the women in technology cause and campaigns regularly on the issue.
In a statement sent to CRN, Sage said: "Jacqueline de Rojas has decided to leave the business. We are grateful for her efforts leading our UKI business and wish her all the best."
In the interim, while a new managing director is found, Sage's partner organisation boss Alan Laing will take on the role.
"As ever, we remain focused on serving our hundreds of thousands of customers across the UK," Sage added.
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