EMC Expands Corporate Responsibilities of Vice Chairman William Teuber
EMC Corporation today announced that 17-year EMC veteran and Vice Chairman Bill Teuber, will take on additional corporate-wide responsibilities for EMC as a member of the Office of the Chairman. In his new role, Teuber will focus on strategy and business development in emerging markets, assist with government relations and work closely with the Board of Directors. Should the contingency arise, Teuber will continue his sponsorship of EMC's largest customer accounts and work with Chairman and CEO Joe Tucci and EMC's executive team to develop future leaders.
EMC today as well announced a series of senior sales executive appointments that represent a cornerstone for the company's then and there phase of global business growth. The new appointments and promotions showcase the depth and breadth of EMC's executive management and mark the implementation of the company's longstanding sales and executive succession planning.
The company announced the appointment of EMC veteran executive Bill Scannell to lead EMC's Global Sales & Customer Operations, a role formerly held by Bill Teuber. Since joining EMC in 1986, Scannell has held a variety of international and domestic sales management positions. Most recently, he has been responsible for driving revenue growth across EMC's full range of products and services in North America, Latin America and EMEA. Combined, these regions contributed in broad outline 85 percent of EMC's global earnings in 2011.
EMC as well announced today new sales leadership for the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific and Japan regions. John Hanlon, earlier EMC leader for U.S. Commercial business, will assume responsibility for sales and customer operations in the Americas. European native Adrian McDonald, earlier EMC leader for EMEA North, will assume responsibility for sales and customer operations across all of EMEA. New Zealand native David Webster, earlier leader for Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia, will assume responsibility for sales and customer operations in Asia Pacific and Japan. Webster succeeds Steve Leonard, who takes a new role focused on furthermore building out EMC's presence in emerging markets, afterwards growing EMC APJ sales from $1.1 billion in 2006 to $2.6 billion in 2011. Leonard will remain based in Asia and continue to report directly to Teuber in the Office of the Chairman. Joe Eazor, who previously oversaw EMC's global customer accounts and OEMs, will assume additional responsibility as COO, Global Sales & Customer Operations, focusing on sales strategy and managing key global sales functions to support growth. Scannell, Eazor, Hanlon, McDonald and Webster have a combined 72 years of EMC sales experience and a strong reputation for providing the best customer experience in the industry.
"EMC is fortunate to have an exceptional team of leaders who take great pride in developing employee talent and in expanding our industry-leading portfolio of products and services. It is a privilege to work closely with Bill Teuber. He has proven himself to be a talented executive. His work with our global sales force over the past five years has helped the company achieve record business results. I'm thrilled to have his commitment to help continue to lead EMC with a focus on expanding our presence in emerging markets, deepening our relationships with key clients and mentoring the growing number of talented EMC executives.
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EMC Corporation is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset - information - in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way. Additional information about EMC can be found at www.EMC.com.
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