Tim Cook And His Impact On Apple Incorporation

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Tim Cook And his Impact on Apple Incorporation World leading corporations and tech companies are operating in the United States of America. Since 2010, Apple has been one of the most valuable among other companies in the world. When people hear Apple, they imagine Iphone or Macbook and other gadgets of Apple Company, not a fruit. World number one Supply chain company for past 7 years. Apple runs their products successfully in the market since they launched iPod on October 23, 2001. Only 14 years have passed and now Apple has a huge amount of manufacturing. Different types and variety of product. All of this 14 years Tim Cook was in charge of operating management and supply chain, he played a key role in Apple’s success. How…show more content…
He then worked for Compaq as vice president of corporate materials, procuring and managing product inventory. After six months at Compaq, Cook left his position and took a job at Apple. In August 2011, Cook was named Apple 's new CEO, taking over the position for former CEO and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in October 2011 after a years-long battle with cancer.” (bio.com) To make a decision to join Apple incorporation was very difficult for Cook because apple was not successful yet. Tim Cook on the board. “When Cook came on board, things start to change at Apple. Cook was corporation 's chief operating officer. Managing all sales and operations worldwide, including sales activities, and service and support were his responsibilities. He was also developing reseller/supplier relationship strategies in Macintosh division. In the first year while Cook was working in Apple, the corporation reported profits (the fiscal year 1998)—when in fiscal 1997 report showed a net loss of $1 billion from the prior fiscal year.” Cook had a very important position in the company. During 1998-2000 years, Macintosh was not so popular and successful. But Cook was responsible for developing this product and making it trending product in the market. At that time, Apple only had macintosh products, so Cook was focusing and increasing sales of
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