February 24, 2018, 10:29 pm
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Company pioneer takes helm of Oracle Netsuite PH

AFTER Oracle announced its merger with Netsuite over a year ago many changes were expected in the organization. Netsuite, a global leader in Cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions joined Oracle the leader in server technology solutions and formed the new company Oracle Netsuite. Much movement happened in the top and middle management of Netsuite in the transition to the merger.

In the Philippines organizational changes saw the appointment of Hazel del Rosario-Lee  as the new Managing Director of Oracle NetSuite Philippines, replacing Thomas Kim who was top honcho at Netsuite Philippines. Her appointment came late in 2017. Lee is a tenured NetSuite employee, and one of the pioneers in the technical services department. She has now taken on responsibilities in both the Operations and Technical Support departments. 

Before her official appointment, she was Senior Director for Technical Support and has worked for companies like Microsoft Business Solutions, Sykes Asia, and Great Plains before moving to Netsuite

In her new role, Hazel will lead and oversee key management activities and initiatives in Oracle NetSuite Philippines, including industry and customer relations, as well as corporate social responsibility and employee engagement.

The Philippines holds a special position in the company’s network, being seen as a “backyard” for its operations. The largest of its call center and technical operations outside the mainland United States are found here. There are over 1,000 Filipinos employed in its local operations. - RGBT
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