(CTN News) – PayPal announces significant leadership changes, as well as a broader reorganization of the company’s internal structure. This is in an effort to strengthen the company’s commitment to customer service and sustainable growth.
This move coincides with commitment to customer service and sustainable growth. PayPal is making these changes as part of its preparations for its next phase of expansion and to meet the needs of its customers effectively as part of its ongoing efforts to meet those needs.
With the aim of streamlining its focus and enhancing customer-centricity, PayPal is organizing its teams into three distinct business units to enhance its focus and customer-centricity: Consumer, Small Business, and Large Enterprise.
Through this strategic alignment, the company hopes to strengthen its ability to respond effectively to the unique needs of each segment of its customer base. As part of the reorganization, Isabel Cruz takes on the role of chief people officer,
Which is responsible for attracting, retaining, and nurturing talent within PayPal.
She is responsible for overseeing the company’s global real estate strategy as part of her job description.
Previously, Cruz served as the senior vice president of people for Walmart’s global technology, services, and corporate teams, where she led talent strategies and people initiatives for a global workforce of over 30,000 people.
Michelle Gill has assumed the role of EVP, general manager of PayPal’s small business and financial services group, and she will be responsible for consolidating PayPal’s suite of small business products and services into one cohesive and unified suite for small business owners.
Her previous experience includes serving as SVP, QuickBooks Money Platform at Intuit as well as leading transformational initiatives in various roles at the company.
Additionally, Diego Scotti has joined the company as EVP, general manager of the consumer group as well as the global marketing and communications department.
In his role, he will be responsible for aligning PayPal’s consumer products and services to provide an outstanding customer experience, as well as a compelling value proposition for customers. As a former executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Verizon, Scotti brings with him a wealth of marketing expertise.
There is also an appointment of Frank Keller, a PayPal veteran, to the position of SVP, general manager of PayPal’s large enterprise and merchant platform group, as part of the leadership change.
There is no doubt that PayPal’s decision to make this move reflects its commitment to drive growth and innovation within its enterprise and merchant segments. As part of the company’s senior leadership team, Bimal Patel, the company’s current SVP and General Counsel, will also be joining.