C|Net is reporting that Apple is making some changes in its education sales efforts. The company has partially reorganized education sales with a new vice presidency of education. Current vice president of education marketing Cheryl Vedoe is being moved to the position of president of Appleis PowerSchool unit. From C|Net:
The maker of the iMac has brought back John Couch to serve in the newly created role of vice president of education. During Appleis formative years, Couch was vice president of software at Apple and also headed the unit that created the Lisa, which debuted in 1983 and was the forerunner of the Macintosh.
The company also has shifted the responsibilities of Cheryl Vedoe, formerly vice president of education marketing.
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Vedoe will now serve as president of Appleis PowerSchool unit, which makes Web-based software for teachers and school administrators. Apple acquired PowerSchool last year.
In his new position Couch will supervise both Appleis education sales and marketing efforts and will report to Tim Cook, executive vice president of worldwide sales and operations.
Most recently, Couch was CEO of biotechnology software maker DoubleTwist, which closed its doors earlier this year.
There is additional information in the full article at C|Net.