Microsoft Indonesia Appoints Andreas Diantoro As President Director
Rama Mamuaya - 7 February 2012
After losing Sutanto Hartono at the end of 2011, Microsoft has apparently appointed Andreas Diantoro as President Director of Microsoft Indonesia to replace Hartono.
Prior joining Microsoft, Diantoro had been in the corporate IT business of multinational companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Dell. Diantoro has spent more than 11 years at Hewlett-Packard Indonesia, Singapore, and Australia before leaving the position as Managing Director for HP Indonesia to move to Dell Asia as its Managing Director. At Dell Asia, Diantoro supervised 23 countries in Asia and India, focusing on the consumer business.
Based on his work in HP and Dell, Diantoro was crowned as the “Most Inspiring Chief Marketing Officer 2005″ by Warta Ekonomi and “Indonesia’s 25 CEOs to Watch in 2006” by SWA magazine.
According to Kompas, Diantoro has confirmed this news and he will soon carry out his duties at Microsoft Indonesia starting February 15th, 2012.