Microsoft has appointed Haris Izmee (pictured) as its new president for Indonesia to help customers accelerate digital transformation. Prior to his new role, Izmee was country manager and director of General Electric Healthcare (GEHC) Indonesia, where he was tasked with expanding the GEHC healthcare business.
At Microsoft, Izmee will be responsible for the company’s products, services and support offerings in Indonesia. He will also be tasked with accelerating the company’s current transformation to be the leading productivity and platform company.
According to a press statement, Izmee brings nearly 20 years of business experience and vast industry knowledge to drive the company’s mission in Indonesia. Prior to GEHC, he led sales of all commercial aircraft engines as the senior sales director at GE Aviation.
“Izmee brings an impressive portfolio of business success with him. We know that Indonesia is in an incredible position to seize new growth opportunities, and I’m excited that Haris will be leading our customers and partners towards digital transformation,” Microsoft Asia Pacific president Andrea Della Mattea, said.
“Indonesia’s aspirations to become the largest digital economy in Southeast Asia by 2020 presents significant opportunities for our partners and customers to capitalise on new business models and solutions to accelerate their growth. Microsoft’s vision to empower people and communities underscores our commitment to support their digital journeys,” Izemee said.
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