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Andy Jassy new CEO of Amazon, replacement of Jeff Bezos

Cody Alden

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Jeff Bezos recently stepped back from being the CEO of Amazon. Andy Jassy has replaced him. This all happen because Jeff thought it a huge responsibility to carry a full-on company being the most responsible person there.

Moreover, he stated that he would keep on participating by occupying the Executive chair of the department.

Bezos paly a revolutionary part in Amazon Web Services throughout its formation. He brought the company to the height of its glory. Under his efforts, there appears an entirely new and rectified image of management.

Jeff Bezos is considered the backbone of this enormous subscription empire. As he launched several good services under his management. He even started dabbling in physical retail through grocery stores and the acquisition of Whole Foods. And all these services will remain to continue even under the supervision of the new CEO.

The primary purpose of his transition is not to suppress the daily activity. His all attention and energies will be on new schemes and new initiatives.

Jassy is also not anew face. He is a member of Amazon web Services since 1997__Th primary purpose of his appointment is that he is familiar with the retail and hardware executions. Moreover, the set priorities of the company remain the same in his era also.

There will be a collaborative partnership among the whole of the company and the executive chair and CEO. This collaboration is an instrumental part of the company’s progress and server business.

Bezos being the executive administration, is now even more point of concern in the foundation of Amazon Web Services, Whereas there are also more expectations regarding Andy Jassy. 

Cody Alden is a Senior Editor at Techrim. He worked for a number of leading tech publications, including Engadget, PCMag, Laptop, and Tech Times, where he served as the Managing Editor. His writing has appeared in Spin, Wired, Playboy, Entertainment Weekly, The Onion, Boing Boing, Publishers Weekly, The Daily Beast and various other publications.

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