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IBM names new Asia Pacific leader


Brenda Harvey (IBM)

Brenda Harvey (IBM)

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IBM has appointed Brenda Harvey as general manager of Asia Pacific following the resignation of Harriet Green.

Big Blue has moved quickly to fill the vacate leadership position following Green’s exit, after more than four and a half years in the top regional role.

Currently based in New York – but expected to relocate to Singapore – Harvey was most recently general manager of Public Sector for IBM in the US, tasked with running a $5 billion business.

Prior to this, Harvey – who joined the business in 1987 – lived in Shanghai for three years as general manager of Integrated Technology Services, Cloud and Geographic Expansion, with responsibility for sales and delivery in over 120 countries across Asia Pacific, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East and Africa.

“Harriet Green has made the decision to retire from IBM to support her family with some health-related issues,” a spokesperson for IBM told Channel Asia. “IBM thanks Harriet for her many contributions and wishes her well.



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