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IBM Asia Pacific Chief Harriet Green steps back from the role

IBM Asia Pacific Chief Harriet Green steps back from the role

Harriet Green, the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Asia Pacific, IBM has resigned from her role after four and a half years in the top role. Green joined the company in the year 2015 as a general manager of Watson Internet of Things, Commerce and Education, based in the UK. In the year 2018, she was handed the reins of Asia Pacific, and she was responsible for the growth of the firm across the entire region.

The clarification was made by a spokesperson from IBM. She also had worked for almost 2.5 years as the general manager for Watson Internet of Things, which is the UK, based company that is into customer engagement and education. She was also a former executive and has served as a main executive officer of Thomas Cook as well as Arrow Electronics and Premier Farnell which is considered as the major electronics components player.

Harriet Green in a recent press meet stated that it is a hard decision to resign from the business to take some time out of her career to be with her family.“My time with IBM has been among the most fulfilling periods of my career, working closely with clients on their most challenging business transformation initiatives. I've valued this opportunity tremendously and will take only good memories with me to this next important chapter - one that many of you will have undertaken,” Green added.

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