BlackBerry buffeted by rumors related to the resignation three senior executives blackberry.
Three senior executives who resigned from the Canadian vendor, included Doug Kozak (information Technology as Corporate Vice President), Carmine Arabia (Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain Senior Vice President), and Graeme Shittington (Service Operations Vice President).
“We are in the middle of the second phase of our transformation plan in which we will assess our organization – from top to bottom – to make sure that we have the right people for the right position with the right skills to drive new opportunities in mobile computing,” said Rebecca wrote Freiburger, spokesman BlackBerry-related decline of three senior executives of the company, as reported by CBC News.
Before the withdrawal of three senior executives BlackBerry, at the end of last July, the BlackBerry also has to lay off 250 employees in new product testing division, which is the area in support of research and development at the company.
In addition to lay off 250 employees, at the same time BlackBerry also announced that an Executive Vice President of Mobile Computing her, David J. Smith has resigned ‘for personal reasons’. David J. Smith is known to the person responsible for the PlayBook tablet.
BlackBerry decision to cut the number of employees is not so surprising. Because last year the company announced plans to cut about 5,000 jobs as a result of restructuring.
BlackBerry must struggle to rise in the smartphone market is now controlled by the two technology giants, such as Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s past with its Android smartphones. Currently at least BlackBerry has launched three products based BlackBerry 10, the BB Z10, Q10, and Q5 to market. In addition to the three products, BlackBerry is also expected to be ready to launch some other products.