Peter Harte

“My mission is simple: We should always look for the best in people—managers, team members, and all other professional colleagues. It’s only when we expect and embrace the value of our employees that we can build organisations where people truly love to work.”

Peter Harte
Vice president of enterprise sales, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)
Kronos Incorporated

As vice president of enterprise sales in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), Peter Harte is responsible for providing expertise to Kronos customers by helping them manage their most valuable resource: their employees. When Harte moved from the Kronos Australia office to the Kronos U.K. office in 2018, he brought with him his passion for workforce management strategy, an infectious sense of humour, and a people-focused understanding that employees who feel excited about their work are the ones who will drive exceptional customer service and business success.

Harte spends the majority of his time travelling to meet with business leaders who are transforming their companies from the inside out, and supporting them through the current and future challenges facing their workforce. He believes deeply that organisations should look at their workforce as more than a cost, but as their strongest strategic advantage, and showcases the innovation and stability of cloud technology to further support and strengthen the employee experience.

Prior to his current role in the EMEA region, Harte led management and direction of the sales and marketing functions in Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. During his tenure at Kronos, he has contributed to the expansion of business operations in global regions through increased presence in China, Hong Kong, and India.

Harte joined Kronos in 1998 with a wealth of knowledge in the information technology and sales strategy sectors. He served as global sales manager of AT&T in New Jersey as well as managing sales teams in its San Francisco office. He also held sales-oriented leadership roles at DHL and Xerox, where he supported global sales initiatives across geographies in EMEA.

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