Microsoft Hungary undergoes changes in management

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As of July 1, on the occasion of the start of a new fiscal year, Microsoft Hungary’s management has gone through a rejuvenation as part of the firmʼs transformational strategy, and changes are anticipated from August 31, Microsoft said yesterday in a press release.

As was reported earlier Gabriella Szentkuti was appointed General Manager, replacing István Papp who left the position to work in the Asian-Pacific region’s sales, marketing and services branch. 


As of July 1, László Kiszely is taking over the position of Experience and Evangelism Lead (DX). The professional is arriving to Microsoft Hungary from Tesco Mobile, where he was the marketing manager.

Viktor Sagyibó is taking over the position of  Enterprise and Partner Group Lead from Gyula Ferencz, who is handing over the position after more than one and a half decades. Sagyibó joined Microsoft Hungary in 2008, after leaving Pannon GSM,  the predecessor of Telenor.

Viktor Ormosi is taking over the position of Public Sector Lead from Sagyibó as of August 31. Ormosi is arriving to the firm from HP, leaving behind his previous position as Sales Manager.

As of August 31, Katalin Antal is filling in the position of Finance Lead, after working in the FMCG sector for 13 years and gaining significant experience in the field of B2B. She has worked for Procter & Gamble and Ecolab.

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