- The company’s overhaul was accelerated by the pandemic, which attracted thousands of new customers for the tech giant;
- Oracle’s new structure will focus on two major fronts: infrastructure/cloud and applications.
Oracle is announcing new leadership in Brazil and Latin America. The changes are part of a revamping of the tech giant, organized on two major fronts: infrastructure/cloud and applications.
This Wednesday, Rodrigo Galvão, who had been in charge of the company in Brazil for four years, took over as the senior vice president for Tech Cloud for all Latin America.
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He will focus on the company’s infrastructure, hardware, and software businesses in the region. “I’m building a new business unit in the region with an incredible team. It is an unprecedented cloud-first strategy, which will unify all technology operations in the market, whether public cloud, private, multi-cloud, or hybrid,” he said in a post on LinkedIn.
In parallel, Adrian Durán, former senior vice president of client success in the region, takes over as senior vice president of LAD Applications & Consulting, focused on apps and enterprise management tools (ERP).
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The chair of president of Oracle in Brazil is now occupied by Alexandre Maioral, until then the company’s vice president of applications in the country. He will report to Luiz Meisler, executive vice president of Oracle Latin America.