IBM ANNOUNCES ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS EXECUTIVE CHANGES
IBM ANNOUNCES ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS EXECUTIVE CHANGES ARMONK, N.Y., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM today announced that Carl
J. Conti, IBM senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise Systems line of business, will retire from IBM on Dec. 31, after 32 years of service. He is succeeded by IBM Vice President Nicholas M. Donofrio.
"Carl Conti has been associated with virtually every major advance in our large systems business since his first days with the company," said IBM Chairman John F. Akers. "Throughout his career, Carl has made a singular contribution to IBM and to our industry. He has our thanks and our best wishes." Conti joined IBM in 1959 as an engineer in the Data Systems Division (DSD) in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. After a series of management and executive assignments, he became DSD vice president and Poughkeepsie site general manager. He was named DSD president in 1983, elected an IBM vice president in 1984 and became group executive for the Information Systems and Storage Group and a member of the Corporate Management Board in 1985. He was named to his present position and was elected an IBM senior vice president in 1988. Donofrio continues as DSD president. He joined the company in 1967 in Poughkeepsie as a junior engineer. Prior to being named DSD president in January 1991, he was president, Advanced Workstation Division. In his new position Donofrio becomes a member of the Corporate Management Board. -0- 12/2/91 /CONTACT: Rob Wilson of IBM, 914-765-6565/ (IBM) CO: IBM Corporation; Enterprise Systems ST: New York IN: CPR SU: PER FC -- NY058 -- 8422 12/02/91 14:27 EST
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