President, Cloud Sales
You might think an iconic name like Google could sell itself, but you couldn’t be more wrong. The truth is, the cloud storage market, particularly for startups and enterprises, is more fiercely competitive today than ever before, with not just Google but Microsoft and Amazon in particular investing collective billions in developing their own proprietary technology solutions for customers. Enslin is undaunted by the task: “I’m a firm believer that there’s a huge opportunity to reinvent how business is done and that technology should be at the center of this new way of working. I advocate for reducing complexity for customers through packaged software or cloud solutions.” Enslin joined Google in early 2019 after spending the majority of his career working his way up and around various global regions of enterprise software maker SAP. He has roots in South Africa and is motivated to use tech to help developing regions and improve educational experiences for people around the world.