Two Intel Vice Presidents Awarded Promotions
For several years now, Intel has been trying to carry out a restructuring that will help it survive the declining demand for personal computers. The company’s revenue still depends on the segment of client devices by almost half, but the market for such devices is shrinking, and lately, it has been possible to maintain a positive dynamics in revenue changes mainly due to an increase in the average selling price. Judging by the involvement in the various events of Gregory Bryant (Gregory Bryant), who runs this area of Intel business, he has particular hopes.
Even with the former CEO, at the end of May 2017, Gregory Bryant was promoted from corporate vice president to senior vice president, this year he was honored to open an Intel presentation at Computex 2019, and this week the corporation announced that For services to the company and customers, Bryant has been promoted to Executive Vice President, and now he reports directly to CEO Robert Swan.
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Not without another increase. Michelle Johnston Holthaus, who leads sales, marketing and customer relations, has been given the same honor as Intel’s Executive Vice President. She has been working in the company since 1996, and senior management notes her success in creating deep and trusting relationships with customers and partners. Robert Swan said that Bryant and Holthouse need to take an example in following corporate values and participating in the evolution of culture, taking into account the ongoing transformations of the company.