Gigabyte reshuffles executive positions after motherboard sales drop

Posted on Thursday, Jun 23 2011 @ 19:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes reports Gigabyte has rearranged its executive positions in an attempt to fix a decline in motherboard shipments:
Taiwan-based motherboard maker Gigabyte Technology saw its motherboard shipments performance in the first half rather stable compared to its competitor Asustek Computer and has recently re-arranged its executive positions to fix the issues, according to sources from retail channel vendors.

The sources pointed out that Gigabyte's strategy in early January to switch the position of its R&D and sales executives was the main reason for its out-of-line performance in the second half and Gigabyte has recently switched them back, hoping to regain the strong shipment growth as in 2010.


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