HTC reorganizes its American operations according to internal email
0. phoneArena 21 Jul 2013, 23:14 posted on
HTC is reorganizing its American operations; starting immediately, Jason Mackenzie will take over HTC America in addition to working on global strategies with CEO Peter Chou. Mike Woodward, who runs HTC's North American operations, will be in charge of "Emerging Devices" which is being described as "a newly established business unit that will focus on innovative new HTC products and global distribution strategies"...
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1. tiara6918 (Posts: 1833; Member since: 26 Apr 2012)
They definitely should focus on Europe and Asia. Many people still do not know that a brand like htc exists. I'm glad that they're finally starting off to change their strategies, I wish them all the luck!
5. android_hitman (unregistered)
why to wish them luck? they make money out of us. They have to innovate to impress us.
2. milesboy5 (Posts: 173; Member since: 07 Nov 2012)
I believe that HTC is due to make a full come back... yes they had their downfall, but sometimes you gotta hit rock bottom even if you were on top of your game.
I think that if they keep producing products as eye catching as the HTC One there is no stopping them...even if they don't include the tech requirements of a removable battery or SD slot. Just make sure Sense stays cleaned up, have good battery life, and improve the UltraPixel technology which I still think is in beta.
3. rodneyej1 (Posts: 3570; Member since: 06 Jul 2013)
It's time for HTC to go all in with Windowsphone, and at least try to rival Nokia.. Not to say that they shouldn't continue making Android devices because the One is a great device,, better than the GS4 in my opinion.. HTC should dedicate half of it's resources towards developing innovative WP hardware...
4. Taters (Posts: 3690; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)
They should honestly blow the company up and start over. They have been around forever and still do not have a proper quality control strategy in place. Neither does Asus. Maybe it is a Taiwanese thing.
Although Acer seems to be making great strides with their ultrabooks and desktops. The Acer S7 is extremely well made.