"The company has hired former IBM executives Craig · Hayman as the CEO of corporate operations," said Tencent's giant ebay, Inc., in Tuesday, according to the June 25 news.
The company has been working at IBM for 15 to manage the industrial cloud solutions and other businesses of the technology giant, according to a statement issued by ebay. In addition, he was responsible for more than 10 corporate acquisitions and helped IBM build a network of partners. With more than 30 years of leadership experience in enterprise technology, he will report directly to John Donahoe, president and chief executive of Donahoe, after taking over ebay business."We are very fortunate that Craig will join the company leadership team and be responsible for leading the business unit," says the
Donahoe. Technology still has a significant impact on the business sector as a whole. In this world, from online to offline, Craig's experience will enhance our ability to serve retailers and brands. The"I am delighted to be able to join the corporate sector in the transition to ebay's history, and I think the company has a huge opportunity," says the
. The performance center of ebay's corporate sector, once an IBM long-term customer, is unique in its ability to deliver goods from storage space and helps retailers better serve their customers. I am honored to be part of this team and believe that the goal-driven company will be able to globalize e-business. The
Ebay's corporate business has a minimal contribution to the company's revenue, which is much smaller than payments and market operations. Last year, the net revenue from corporate business was $1.11 billion trillion, which accounted for 6.9% of ebay's total revenue. The main content of the business is to help retailers deliver goods from storage locations and provide order management and other services. (Snow)