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Nokia and Siemens announce business unit and regional leaders for Nokia Siemens Networks
|28 августа 2006|
Nokia and Siemens announced previously that Simon Beresford-Wylie would assume the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Nokia Siemens Networks; Mika Vehviläinen would serve as Chief Operating Officer (COO); Karl-Christoph Caselitz would serve as Chief Market Operations Officer (CMO); and Peter Schenhofer would serve as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Activities relating to global supply, such as research and development, procurement, manufacturing, and delivery and logistics will report to the Chief Operating Officer; customer interface and local fulfillment, including sales and services will report to the Chief Market Operations Officer; and information technology and all finance and control activities will report to the Chief Financial Officer. Staff functions and the COO, CMO and CFO will report to the Chief Executive Officer.
"We are making excellent progress in planning for the start of operations at Nokia Siemens Networks," said Simon Beresford-Wylie, who will assume the position of Chief Executive Officer at Nokia Siemens Networks immediately upon the closing of the merger. "We have drawn from the best people at both Nokia and Siemens to create a strong, customer-focused leadership team and I am proud to join with them in the new company." Beresford-Wylie is currently Executive Vice President and General Manager of Networks at Nokia.
The business units of Nokia Siemens Networks will be global organizations with management and personnel distributed in many countries, including both Finland and Germany. Stephan Scholz, currently Senior Vice President and Head of Carrier Development in Siemens Communications, will lead the Research, Technology and Platforms organization, focusing on research, technology and cross-business unit synergies including common platforms. Scholz will report to Vehviläinen.
Business unit leaders for Nokia Siemens Networks will be:
The regional organization for Nokia Siemens Networks will report to Caselitz. Its leaders will be:
The appointments announced today become effective immediately upon the closing of the merger. When the transaction closes, Nokia Siemens Networks will be a global communications leader with strong positions in important growth segments of fixed and mobile network infrastructure and services. It will be positioned to lead the development and implementation of revenue-generating and cost-saving products and services via its scale and global reach. The combined company will have a world-class fixed-mobile convergence capability, a complementary global base of customers, a deep presence in both developed and emerging markets, and one of the industry's largest and most experienced service organizations.
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