The Channel Catch-up: Rich Phillips

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SAP's channel sales director explains why you won't see him jumping out a plane any time soon and how he would love to work with animals

SAP's channel sales director Rich Phillips takes part in the Channel Catch-up and tells us about his adrenalin-fuelled passtime and his love of cats and dogs...

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