Sage MD Jacqueline de Rojas leaves after seven months

Hannah Breeze
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Partner boss Alan Laing takes over the hot seat in the meantime

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 ...

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