Procter & Gamble Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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Procter & Gamble Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: October 17, 2019

The Procter & Gamble Company
One Procter & Gamble Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45202
United States
Phone: (513)-983-1100
Sector: Consumer Defensive
Industry: Household & Personal Products
Full Time Employees: 97,000

The Procter & Gamble databahn TURBO Report was researched and developed with the IT sales executive and the IT marketer in mind. Our goal is simple; eliminate the costly research time and help you identify new sales revenue opportunities.

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  • Comprehensive Business Description
  • Latest Earnings Call Highlights from the CEO
  • Accurate Contacts for the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors
  • Detailed Org Charts on corporate structure, board of directors, and the executive leadership team
  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
  • Technology Executive Insights to existing IT & telecom systems, projects, initiatives, and internal code names for applications, systems, and IT business units
  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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Carolyn Tastad Group President – North America and Chief Sales Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Craig Buchholz Chief Communications Officer Procter & Gamble *****
David S. Taylor Chairman of the Board, President and CEO Procter & Gamble *****
Deborah P. Majoras Chief Legal Officer and Secretary Procter & Gamble *****
Fama Francisco CEO – Baby and Feminine Care Procter & Gamble *****
Gary Coombe CEO – Grooming Procter & Gamble *****
Henry Karamanoukian President – Go-to-Market, China and Hair Care, Greater China Procter & Gamble *****
Javier Polit Chief Information Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Jennifer Davis President – Feminine Care Procter & Gamble *****
Jon R. Moeller Vice Chairman, COO and CFO Procter & Gamble *****
Juan Fernando Posada President – Latin America Procter & Gamble *****
Julio Nemeth Chief Product Supply Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Kathleen B. Fish Chief Research, Development and Innovation Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Kirti Singh Chief Analytics and Insights Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Laura Becker President – Global Business Services Procter & Gamble *****
Loïc Tassel President – Europe Procter & Gamble *****
Magesvaran Suranjan President – Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa Procter & Gamble *****
Marc S. Pritchard Chief Brand Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Markus Strobel President – Global Skin & Personal Care Procter & Gamble *****
Mary Lynn Ferguson-McHugh CEO – Family Care and P&G Ventures Procter & Gamble *****
Matthew S. Price President – Greater China Procter & Gamble *****
Mindy Sherwood President – Global Walmart Procter & Gamble *****
Monica Turner Senior Vice President - Sales, North America Procter & Gamble *****
Philip J. Duncan Chief Design Officer Procter & Gamble *****
R. Alexandra Keith CEO – Beauty Procter & Gamble *****
Shailesh G. Jejurikar CEO – Fabric and Home Care Procter & Gamble *****
Shelly McNamara Senior Vice President – Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and Human Resources, Corporate Functions Procter & Gamble *****
Steven D. Bishop CEO – Health Care Procter & Gamble *****
Sundar Raman President – Fabric Care, North America and P&G Professional Procter & Gamble *****
Thomas M. Finn President – Personal Health Care Procter & Gamble *****
Tracey Grabowski Chief Human Resources Officer Procter & Gamble *****
Valarie Sheppard Controller and Treasurer, and Executive Vice President - Company Transition Leader Procter & Gamble *****


Amy L. Chang SVP and GM of the Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco Systems, Inc. Founder and former CEO of Accompany, Inc. Procter & Gamble *****
Angela F. Braly Former Chair, President and CEO of WellPoint, Inc. A Director of Lowe’s Companies, Inc., Brookfield Asset Management, and ExxonMobil Corporation Procter & Gamble *****
David S. Taylor Chairman, President, and CEO. A Director of Delta Airlines Procter & Gamble *****
Francis S. Blake Former Chairman and CEO of The Home Depot, Inc. Chairman of Delta Airlines and Director of Macy’s, Inc. Procter & Gamble *****
Joseph Jimenez Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Aditum Bio. Former CEO of Novartis AG. A Director of General Motors Procter & Gamble *****
Margaret C. Whitman CEO of Quibi. Former Chairman, President, and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. A Director of Dropbox Procter & Gamble *****
Nelson Peltz CEO and a Founding Partner of Trian Fund Management, L.P. A Director of Legg Mason, Inc., The Madison Square Garden Company, The Wendy's Company, and Sysco Corporation Procter & Gamble *****
Patricia A. Woertz Former Chairman, President and CEO of Archer Daniels Midland Company. A Director of 3M Company Procter & Gamble *****
Scott D. Cook Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board of Intuit Inc. Procter & Gamble *****
Terry J. Lundgren Operating Partner of Long-Term Private Capital and Former Chairman and CEO of Macy’s, Inc. Procter & Gamble *****
W. James McNerney, Jr. Senior Advisor at Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, LLC. Former Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of The Boeing Company Procter & Gamble *****



Procter&Gamble IT Facts

  • P&G’s move to a “Cloud-First” strategy has quickly led to a massive shift of application development and hosting to the major public clouds.
  • P&G is building an exceptional cloud operations team and is seeking to staff up rapidly with both internal and contract-to-hire resources.
  • IT in Procter & Gamble has 2500 employees globally and 300 in Warsaw, Poland.

Procter & Gamble Co. has been issued a patent

  • The patent is for a display screen with a graphical user interface, which would allow users to easily reorder P&G products on a smartphone.
  • An image of the invention shows a smartphone with a display captioned "My Replenishment Cupboard." It depicts sections for several product names, descriptions and prices. Also shown is a button to add a new product by scanning with the smartphone camera, plus a button to add a product from "the shop.”
  • Credited as the inventor was Wouter Van Trict, a P&G user experience and service designer based in Lier, Belgium.

P&G's Pritchard prepares for 'world with no ads'

  • Marc Pritchard, Chief Brand Officer at Procter & Gamble: “I would say the days of advertising as we know it today are numbered, and we need to start thinking about a world with no ads.”
  • One way companies like P&G can engage with consumers is via smart products and solutions, like Oral-B’s web-enabled toothbrush and Olay’s Skin Advisor digital platform, both of which offer personalized beauty to customers.
  • Forging direct relationships with consumers in this manner can “enable us to start achieving the vision that we’ve been trying to do for a while – which is move from wasteful mass marketing to mass one-to-one brand-building,” Pritchard said.

Walker & Company Brands Joins the Procter & Gamble Family of Brands

  • Walker & Company Brands, the company that makes health and beauty simple for people of color, today announced that it will join the Procter & Gamble Company family of brands to better serve consumers of color around the world.
  • Walker & Company Brands will operate as a separate and wholly-owned subsidiary of P&G, continuing to be led by CEO and Founder Tristan Walker.

Cisco has signed up Ford, Splunk and Procter and Gamble to trial a new range of “cognitive features” on its Webex collaboration platform

  • Some of the key cognitive tools trialed by the American multinationals were acquired from a startup, called Accompany, that Chang founded with fellow ex-Googlers in 2016, and sold to Cisco last year for $270m (£209m).
  • The tools, which are in the process of being embedded into Webex, enable video conference participants to read profiles of those they are speaking to based on a range of online sources, including LinkedIn profiles and news articles.

Update: P&G moving around employees to take bite from 500 employee cut in 2020

  • A year ago, Procter & Gamble announced the cut of 500 jobs as it shifted production from Iowa City to a new factory in West Virginia.
  • The production of hair care and body wash products at the 2200 Lower Muscatine Road plant is moving to Tabler Station, West Virginia. But rather than move out the next day, P&G has opted to make the move over the course of three years, not finishing until 2020.
  • While oral rinse will continue to be made in the facility, the rest of the space post-2020 will become warehousing for supplies or product. In addition, the 450 employees who manufacture traditional toothbrushes and the 150 employees who manufacture power toothbrushes will not be affected.

P&G creates Global Distributor Markets (GDM)

  • In order to manage P&G's distribution network, the $65 billion consumer giant spun out a separate Global Distributor Markets (GDM) to manage regions where P&G does not operate its own sales and/or distribution organizations. GDM now serves more than 100 distributors on five continents and in 180 countries from Argentina to Zimbabwe.
  • Speaking at a Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference in London, Onofrio Caradonna, P&G’s product supply director, said, “All our planning variables added up to a very long, risky, complex supply chain and poor visibility. The GDM supply chain was constantly operating in crisis mode in order to cope with actual demand.”