China Operating Region Set Up by Integraph

Press Release
Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Greater China becomes separate operating region for Intergraph® Process, Power & Marine Division with new executive management

Intergraph® Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) has created a new world industry region: Greater China. It will be the division’s fourth region because of its size, success and strategic business potential and comprises China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Greater China joins the Americas, EMIA (Europe, Middle East, India & Africa) and Asia-Pacific regions.

As a separate operating region, Greater China will gain additional focus and investment, plus a strong local executive leadership for faster response to the China market, as well as more resources for further growth. Intergraph also will offer more customized industry solutions to Greater China customers.

Mr. Welch Sun, who has held several executive positions with multinational, high-tech corporations during his professional career, has been appointed to lead PP&M’s business operation and management in Greater China. Formerly vice-general manager of China, Sun will have the title of General Manager, Greater China, in his new role.
 

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