Steve Ballmer Should Leave, Says Microsoft Partner

Izenda CEO believes that Microsoft needs a change of management

  Steve Ballmer said he wants to remain Microsoft CEO until 2017 or 2018
Ever since Windows 8 got to see daylight, Microsoft was continuously criticized for the changes it made to the operating system, with some people blaming Steve Ballmer, the current CEO of the company.

Ever since Windows 8 got to see daylight, Microsoft was continuously criticized for the changes it made to the operating system, with some people blaming Steve Ballmer, the current CEO of the company.

Both users and analysts said that Ballmer should go, as Microsoft urgently needs a change of management that could revamp the company and help it adapt to a younger market.

Now Sanjay Bhatia, CEO of Izenda, one of the companies that sell software to Microsoft, says that Microsoft indeed needs an upper management shift, as the technology titan must try to make the most of its great products and services.

“Microsoft is moving too slow. They are doing the right thing, but they don’t have a sense of urgency. I think somebody needs to go in to realize like they did in Bill Gates’ days that the time is now and you can’t wait years to embrace these new ideas and new products,” he said in an interview with FoxBusiness.

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