Mon, May 27, 2013
Randy Sloan Promoted To Vice President Effective Immediately
Southwest Airlines recently announced the promotion of Randy Sloan to Senior Vice President as the Company's Chief Information Officer. Sloan, 50, joined the carrier in March of 2012 and immediately assumes the new role.
"Randy has brought a renewed energy to the People of Technology and has made a positive and lasting difference in advancing Technology's work agenda, and establishing a new operating model for us," said Jeff Lamb, Southwest's Executive Vice President and Chief People & Administrative Officer. "Randy is a key reason we are making such great progress toward our long-range Company goals."
As previously announced, Southwest's New Chief Technology Officer Craig Maccubbin recently join the Company.
Other Leadership changes in Southwest's Technology Department will support the Company's delivery of a stable and growing framework of enterprise technology necessary to integrate wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways, including connected itineraries, international capabilities, and multi-fleet support among various sub-types of the Boeing 737.
The Leadership of the Chief Information Officer's Team will support the work of hundreds of Employees focused on delivering the systems and technology to support Southwest's Legendary Customer Service.
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