Executive Panos Panay left Microsoft this Monday (18). Formerly product manager of the company He became known for his participation in the development of Windows and the Surface series.

The company announced the termination, but Panay also mentioned it on his profile on X (formerly Twitter). The executive worked at Microsoft for almost 20 years.

“After 19 incredible years at Microsoft, I have decided to turn the page and write the next chapter. I will be forever grateful for my time at Microsoft and the incredible people I had the honor of building products with,” said Panay. In X.

The reasons for Panay’s departure were not disclosed.. The executive even recently stated that he was excited to attend the Microsoft event to be held on September 21, where he will showcase innovations related to artificial intelligence. Now that he is no longer part of the company, the former executive will not be able to attend the event.

Panay joined Microsoft as an executive in 2004 and gradually grew within the company. He became product manager in 2018, became one of the leaders of Windows 11 development, and was promoted to executive vice president in 2021.

Reflections on Microsoft

Microsoft executives and CEO Satya Nadella thanked Panos Panay for the services provided in their statement. “Thank you, Panos, for your impact on our products, our culture, our company, and our industry over the past two decades,” Nadella said in the text. said.

“Under Panos’ leadership, the team has built the iconic Surface brand with beloved products. More recently, as the Windows leader, the team has delivered incredible services and experiences to hundreds of millions of people using Windows 11 on innovative devices, including our OEM partners.” Rajesh Jha, VP of Experience and Devices, said in an email to MS employees.

The person who took responsibility for Panay is Yusuf MehdiMicrosoft’s current head of consumer marketing.

Source: Tec Mundo

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