Published on January 23rd, 2012 | by Tawann Guice0
RIM-Blackberry’s CEO & Co. CEO Step Down
Last year woes for RIM were nothing short of disaster seated in an out of control race car. With dropping revenue, Blackberry server outages and poor product management, a repeat of such would be unacceptable. So comes change, and with such change comes the heads that must roll, and starting from the top down is usually were it all begins. If I were to have an opinion and nothing more, research and development would also require a major overhaul as well. Marketing Blackberry devices to end users or consumers like you and I and not just to the corporate world was a major move on RIM’s part…almost 10 long years ago, and here we have just about a decade pass and the sight of a Blackberry and how it functions has seen little to no change?
A positive step in the right direction as stated by the new Chairman for RIM, Thorsten Hiens to license the software to other hardware developers would be a great look at generating a much needed revenue boost for the company, but only after a total revamp of the current OS; would that insure the success of such a move. Lets see if the new RIM Boss can bring the company from obscurity into the high spots currently held by the Apple and Google.
New CEO of RIM-Blackberry: Thorsten Hiens