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Oracle appoints Leandro Ramírez as Central America, Caribbean VP

By on June 17, 2020

Leandro Ramírez (Courtesy)

To support local management group, continue promoting digital transformation, tech giant says

SAN JUAN – Oracle, the enterprise software company, announced the appointment of Leandro Ramírez as its new vice president for Central America and the Caribbean.

The Venezuelan executive, who succeeds Carlos Ruiz, will continue to extend the reach of the technology giant’s autonomous database, business applications and second-generation infrastructure to more organizations in the regions.

The new executive “comes to dynamize the digital transformation of companies and institutions in collaboration with the General Manager of Oracle for the Caribbean, Luis Marrero, with the mission of expanding their full capabilities and ensuring that customers adopt the best benefits of Oracle solutions,” the company said in its announcement.

Ramírez has more than 15 years of experience in technology sales and more than three years in “specialized technology products, application development, consulting services and customer support,” Oracle pointed out, adding that he “developed his career in industries such as telecommunications, financial services and government. Furthermore, he is recognized for his ability to develop and stimulate talent in work groups.”

Ramírez, who holds a computer engineering degree, began working at Oracle in 1993, where he has held various consulting and management positions, including as director of Indirect Sales, director of Corporate Sales and director of Sales for Government and Financial Services. He has been CEO of the subsidiary in Costa Rica since December 2012.

“I am extremely excited about the opportunity to continue putting my experience at the service of our organizations and clients, especially considering that the times we are living call us to be more proactive in terms of digital transformation and the use of all technology tools to achieve more efficient and dynamic operations. Puerto Rico is a country of innovation, so it is an honor for us to be part of this spiral of change that helps to continue moving the country forward,” Ramírez was quoted as saying.