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EMC Announces New Senior Management Responsibilities

Quoting the press release:

EMC Corporation , the world leader in information management and storage, today announced new senior management responsibilities focused on accelerating the integration of recently acquired companies, streamlining its business operations, and enhancing the overall EMC experience for customers.

"EMC has one of the most talented and seasoned executive teams in the industry," said Joe Tucci, EMC Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. "We are continuing the organizational moves we began earlier this year to best position EMC in the markets it currently serves and accelerate our growth and profitability in several new, fast-growing markets. One of the many planned benefits from these changes is having Bill Teuber, who was recently appointed Vice Chairman, to assist me in running the business on a full-time basis."

David Goulden, who has led Customer Operations for the past two years, has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He will lead EMC's worldwide finance operations, the emerging market and international development team, and the information technology organization.

David Donatelli, Executive Vice President, Storage Product Operations, will take on an expanded role that includes the development of EMC's entire portfolio of information storage systems and software, including EMC's expanding backup and recovery and storage virtualization products.

David DeWalt, an Executive Vice President of EMC, formerly President of EMC Software, has been named President, EMC Customer Operations and Content Management Software Group. DeWalt will now oversee EMC's worldwide sales and distribution organization and continue to lead EMC's content management business.

"We are already seeing the benefits of our earlier moves when we created the Global Services organization under Howard Elias," said Tucci. "These further changes to our leadership team will help us to more rapidly advance and unify our relationships with customers around the world and provide greater operational alignment across our evolving business."

VMware will continue to operate under the leadership of Diane Greene, VMware's President and co-founder.

Published Tuesday, August 08, 2006 6:59 PM by David Marshall
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