Lenovo is going through changes. Pretty large changes, actually, with the upper roles in the company changing hands. According to a recent announcement, Lenovo is getting a new North America President as well as a new EMEA President.

Previously the President of the EMEA region, Aymar de Lencquesaing has been shifted over to the role of North American president. This change is effective immediately but there will be a slight wait for Lencquesaing’s replacement. Aymar de Lencquesaing was previously the CEO of Packard Bell.

Stepping into the role of EMEA President, as well as the post of Senior Vice President, is Eric Cador. According to Lenovo, this appointment will be active from 1 May this year. Cador was previously Senior Vice President of the Personal System Group for HP’s EMEA arm.

Both new appointments will be reporting to Lenovo Group’s President and COO Gianfranco Lanci.

Source: IT News Africa

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