Former IBM, Rodrigo Cayde Presides over Microsoft Latin America

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a Microsoft Confirmed on Wednesday (19) Rodrigo Cayde Lima Is the company’s new president for Latin America and corporate vice president of Microsoft Corporation.

Former president of IBM For Latin America, the executive was announced by Microsoft last year. However, its transition was hampered by a court ruling in favor of IBM in the United States, which sued Cayde for breach of contract and misuse of trade secrets.

With the decision of the New York State Court, Cayde will have to wait
12 months to join Microsoft under non-terms

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Cade Sabititu Caesar Cernuda, Which left Microsoft in July 2020 NetApp, Cloud service company. At Microsoft, Rodrigo Cayde will be responsible for the entire offering of products, services and support in Latin America. He will also be the leader of an operation that includes 30 offices in 22 countries.

The executive began his career at IBM in the field of corporate finance, and headed the services division in Brazil. Later, he became the president of IBM Brasil. The executive also had a quick stint at Totavs, but returned to IBM as president of Latin America. He later moved to the United States to lead IBM’s global services business.

Rodrigo has degrees in mechanical and production engineering
The Orthodox Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ); Have an MBA
In Finance / Capital Markets by the INSPER Institute of Sao Paulo and is
Graduated from Harvard Business School.

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