Joe Langner, executive vice president and general manager of mid-market solutions for Sage North America, is leaving Sage after more than three years with the accounting software provider.

Langner is leaving to pursue a new opportunity and will be transitioning out of his role in the next 45 to 60 days, according to Sage, which provided the following statement on his departure:

“Joe has been with Sage for three years leading instrumental changes in the Mid-Market Business Solutions group. We are currently evaluating the organization and how the Mid-Market Business will be aligned going forward to best serve our partners and customers. In the meantime, Joe’s organization and operations remain as they are today.  The Sage channel program will not change as a result of Joe’s departure. As always, Sage remains committed to our channel partners.”

Langner’s role in driving the mid-market business strategy at Sage included Sage 100, 300, 500 ERP and X3 and Sage CRM. The company had no further statement on the status of this role or a succession plan beyond stating that Langner's organization structure remains as it is today.

Langner's departure comes a few months after Stephen Kelly took the reigns as Sage Group CEO in November, succeeding Guy Berruyer. 

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