Harry Nugraha Is the New Intel Indonesia’s Country Manager

Rifki Aria Nugraha - 20 November 2014

We’ve just received an information that Intel has just appointed a new Country Manager for Indonesia. It is Harry K. Nugraha, the former Intel’s Strategic Business Development and Sales Director, who takes tha baton from Santosh Viswanathan who gets appointed as the new Intel Asia Pacific and Japan’s Technical Advisor to GM.

Recently, Intel has just announced their strategy of combining their PC and mobile businesses globally, due to the increasing difficulties in maintaning those two businesses separately. As a matter of fact, in contrast to his PC chip business which enjoyed $22 million profit, Herman Eul’s Intel mobile chip business had $1 billion loss.

It’s most likely that this restructuring of Intel Indonesia is influenced by Intel’s global strategy shift. Unfortunately, there has yet been any official release or comment from both Harry Nugraha and Intel Indonesia regarding this appointment.

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