The Pepsi RosterBy Mel Duvall | Posted 2003-05-01 Email Print
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Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo
Despite announcing a new plan to share technology and best practices across divisions, vows not to dismantle business-unit structure.
President, Chief Financial Officer, PepsiCo
Overseeing push to unify basic technologies and processes across the company. Ranked #4 on Fortune magazine's 2002 list of the 50 most powerful women in business.
President, Pepsi Business Solutions Group
Known as "a bull" who pushes through projects despite protests, such as an IBM data warehouse in 2001. Named chief transformation officer in February to manage key technology aspects of PepsiCo's bid to make operations more efficient.
Chief Information Officer, PepsiAmericas
Leading the rollout of $16 million worth of new handheld computers from Symbol Technologies. Also oversaw 2001 PeopleSoft project.
Vice President of Supply Chain, Pepsi Bottling Group
Leading the bottler's $20 million project to implement Symbol Technologies handheld devices. Using more custom software for pre-sell than is PepsiAmericas.
Karen Alber Vice President, PepsiCo Integration Management Office
Managing Oracle conversion at Quaker; leading effort to disseminate Quaker's management methods throughout PepsiCo.
Chief Operating Officer, The Feld Group
While chief information officer at Frito-Lay created the PepsiCo Business Solutions Group in 1998, a shared services organization to unify technology across business units.
Executive Vice President of Product Development and
Director of Product Management and Professional Services, Extended Technologies Corp.
Consultants focusing on handheld computer projects and direct store delivery systems; working with PepsiAmericas since 2001 to equip route drivers and sales staff with wireless handheld devices and new software.
Vice President of Vertical Marketing, Symbol Technologies
Led sales and technical team to pitch Symbol products to PepsiAmericas and Pepsi Bottling Group. Now vying for $100 million Frito-Lay contract.
Consumer Goods Industry Director, Intermec Technologies
Responsible for handheld computer accounts with Frito-Lay, Pepsi Bottling Group, Pepsi Bottling Ventures and several other Pepsi bottlers. Involved in negotiations for new handheld rollout at Frito-Lay.