CEO of Workday, Inc., increases enterprise software and cloud
computing expertise of Intel board
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Intel Corporation announced that Aneel Bhusri, co-founder and chief
executive officer of Workday, Inc. (NYSE:WDAY), has been elected to
serve on the company's board of directors.
"We are very pleased to have Aneel Bhusri as an Intel director," said
Andy Bryant, chairman of the board of Intel. "His more than 20 years'
experience in enterprise software innovation and cloud computing will
increase our board's depth in areas that are key to Intel's business and
crucial in today's connected world."
Bhusri, 48, co-founded Workday, Inc., in 2005 and served as its co-chief
executive officer from 2009 and chairman from 2012 until May of this
year, when he was named chief executive officer. Workday is a leading
provider of enterprise cloud applications for human resources and
finance. In addition, Bhusri serves as a partner at Greylock Partners, a
venture capital firm. Previously, he held a number of leadership
positions at PeopleSoft, including senior vice president responsible for
product strategy, business development and marketing, and vice chairman
of the board.
Bhusri received an MBA from Stanford University and holds bachelor's
degrees in electrical engineering and in economics from Brown
University. He also is a Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute.
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Source: Intel Corporation