BlackBerry Ltd. said Monday it has named Eric Johnson as president of global sales. This announcement follows a series of other executive appointments in recent weeks, including Ron Louks as president of devices and emerging solutions, John Sims as president of global enterprise services, James Mackey as executive vice-president for corporate development and strategic planning, and Mark Wilson as senior vice-president of marketing. "I am pleased to round out BlackBerry's new executive leadership team with another outstanding addition today,” BlackBerry CEO John Chen said in a release. “I have worked with Eric extensively and have tremendous respect for his sales expertise and customer-centric approach to business.” Johnson’s previous experience includes senior positions at SAP AG and Sybase Inc. Chen was CEO and chairman of Sybase before joining BlackBerry in November. Sybase was bought by SAP in 2010.