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Nintendo Org Chart

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Carlos Vergara

on 5 June 2013

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Transcript of Nintendo Org Chart

President Satoru Iwata - CEO Nintendo of America Human Resources Kaoru Takemura Managing Director Tatsumi Kimishima Admin & Gral Affairs Masaharu Matsumoto Overseas Eiichi Suzuki Development Genyo Takeda Sales Shinji Hatano Info Development Shigeru Miyamoto Operations Yoshihiro Mori Tokyo Office Ohsuke Saito 1889 Nintendo Playing
Card Company Other Bussiness Toy-making The Ultra Hand 1970 Nintendo Company Limited Nintendo's
Famicom 1983 Nintendo Entertainment System 1985 1963 Acquisitions Shareholders He heads the Executive Committee Hire, motivate, manage the workforce Represent the interest of
the shareholders Ensure that staffs and equipment
work efficiently. Financial markets Business plans Customers Technology Processes Salary payments Internal mobility Facilitate new alliances Daily operations Report at CEO Financial condition Recruit, hire, relocate, manage Markets Delivery deadlines Software Applications support Production quotas Internal controls Payments terms New Market Games 250M users each month $2.8 billion in 2012 200 games with more 1M monthly active users Games More than 100 developers generated more than $1M Lower costs and timelines Easier to pick up, test and play Don't need Hardware Product tester Software Development Front End Developer Game Developer Job & Roles Database Engineer
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