Hoda Younan appointed Country Manager of Microsoft Lebanon
- Lebanon: Tuesday, October 30 - 2012 at 10:19
Hoda Sleilaty Younan has been appointed as Microsoft Country Manager of Lebanon and neighboring indirect markets (Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine).
In her new role, Younan will manage all segments of the Microsoft business in Lebanon and neighboring indirect markets, encompassing channel, SMBs and enterprise business. "While revolutionary trends are sweeping through the IT business, Microsoft is innovating amazing products and services and continues to lead the charge when it comes to business and consumer technologies," said Younan. "I am honored and excited to be heading the business in Lebanon and the region at this turning point in the history of Microsoft," she added.
Younan will be concentrating her efforts on the following main areas: empowering SMBs through innovative Microsoft technology, improving business productivity and operational efficiency with cloud computing, inspiring digital lifestyles and delivering amazing digital experiences to consumers, enabling educational institutions and governments with technological platforms for innovation, contributing to the growth of the Lebanese IT sector and developing it into a source of employability and economic value, while leading on policy development to support the growth of the sector.
Younan will succeed Leila Serhan Salem, who has recently been appointed to lead the Small and Medium Solutions and Partners organization in North Africa, East Mediterranean and Pakistan, a group responsible for reaching out to Small and Medium Enterprises to enable them with the latest Microsoft innovation and help them be more competitive.
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