Coca-Cola chief platform providers officer to step down
ATLANTA — Barry Simpson is stepping down from his place as chief platform providers officer and senior vp on the Coca-Cola Co.
Mr. Simpson will go away the position Sept. 30, however he’ll stay in a senior advisory position till February 2023.
“Barry has performed an vital position throughout his 14-year profession with the Coca-Cola system, together with establishing Platform Providers,” mentioned James Quincey, chief govt officer of Coca-Cola. “I thank Barry and be a part of my colleagues in congratulating him for his contributions to the corporate.”
Mr. Simpson has held the position since 2021, working to scale providers, knowledge and expertise throughout the corporate’s community.
He has held a wide range of management positions since he joined Coca-Cola in 2008, together with chief info officer of the Coca-Cola Amatil Group and world chief info and built-in providers officer.
Previous to becoming a member of Coca-Cola, he acquired a level in economics and pc science from the College of Sydney and labored in IT management for Colgate-Palmolive.
Following his departure, the corporate plans to restructure the platform providers division underneath two new leaders that may each report back to John Murphy, the soon-to-be president and chief monetary officer at Coca-Cola.
Neeraj Tolmare, the corporate’s present world chief info officer, will lead digital and expertise providers. An undecided determine will head the opposite service groups. FBN