Guggenheimer To Be Replaced By Parker As PC Liaison Of Microsoft

Guggenheimer Replaced by Parker Microsoft has announced that the vice president Steven Guggenheimer who was responsible for software maker’s relationships with computer maker will be leaving his position and Nick Parker is appointed as his replacement. Mr. Guggenheimer will take vacation before he takes his new position at the company. A spokes man of the company said that since Parker has previously overseen marketing with computer maker so he is perfect for this position. Somehow Microsoft is not in a good relationship with the device makers who uses their software. Last week when they announced to sell their tablet they have become rivals to their old friend. In response to HP said that it would not sell tablets with Windows RT.

An analyst with the BGC partners of New York Collin Grills says that Microsoft is trying to put some fresh faces in the relationships department before launching a new hardware. And they are aware of that fact that this will stretch their relationship with their long time ally hardware makers.

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