Keysight announces new organizational structure

Ronald S Nersesian, president and CEO of Keysight Technologies
Keysight Technologies announced a new organizational structure to align the company’s activities with the development of customer solutions.

There will be a centralized Corporate Planning and Technology team, and 3 customer-focused business groups – the Communications Solutions Group, the Industrial Solutions Group and the Services Solutions Group as part of the organizational changes. Keysight Technologies, which supplies test and measurement solutions to telecom network vendors and telecoms clocked annual revenues of $2.9 billion in 2014.

Ron Nersesian, president and chief executive officer at Keysight, said: “The changes that we’re announcing today are the next step in our evolution and are designed to focus directly on our customers and the development of the solutions they need to succeed in their industries.”

Jay Alexander, Keysight senior vice president and chief technology officer, will lead the Corporate Planning and Technology team – responsible for planning and corporate development, Keysight Labs, software architecture and platforms, and central technology development.

Michael Gasparian will be the president of the Communications Solutions Group, addressing the wireless ecosystem and the aerospace & defense businesses. Gasparian was most recently the company’s senior vice president, customer support and services and worldwide marketing.

Gooi Soon Chai will be the president of the Industrial Solutions Group, addressing the automotive, energy, general electronics, manufacturing and semiconductor businesses. Gooi was most recently the company’s SVP, order fulfillment and infrastructure. Gooi will retain responsibility for Keysight’s order fulfillment, sourcing and information technology functions.

John Page will be the president of the Services Solutions Group and build out Technology Management Services, such as multi-vendor calibration and asset management.

Guy Sene will focus on sales growth as the leader of global sales function for integrating, managing and growing the business from the recent acquisition of Anite.

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