15 most powerful women in the world of technology in 2012

Saturday, October 20, 2012

15 most powerful women in the world of technology in 2012

Forbes Magazine has voted the 15 most influential women in technology in 2012. They are not only the women with good looking, intelligence, talent, but also held many important positions, operating thousands of employees, providing billions of dollars in revenue for the technology giant.

1. Sheryl Sandberg

After four years as CEO of Facebook, Sandberg was involved in the social network's board of directors in June / 2012. She is the first female member of the board of Facebook, owns shares worth $ 1 billion in the company.

2. Ginny Rometty

As the first female CEO in IBM's 100 year history. In the first year Rometty new business plan with cloud computing technology to increase revenue for the company up to $ 20 billion by 2015.

3. Ursula Burns

Ursula Burns - CEO of Xerox
Ursula Burns - CEO of Xerox

Held the position as a CEO of Xerox, a company specializing in printers and copiers, the past three years, Burns has put continuous revenue growth companies. Burns was also the first black woman to climb the ranks a large company operating in the United States.

4.Meg Whitman

Chairman and CEO of HP in 2011. There she developed the company's net assets up to $ 300 million since 9/2011 due to the stock jumped 50% in value on eBay.

5. Marissa Mayer

Used to shock the public in July / 2012, Mayer left the company Google and became Yahoo's CEO at the age of 37.

6. Susan Wojcicki

Susan Wojcicki is the woman behind all of Google's advertising product, AdWords and AdSense, Analytics and DoubleClick, and responsible for 96% of the company's $ 37.9 billion revenue in 2011.

7. Safra Catz

Chairman and longtime chief financial technology software giant Oracle from 1999 to 4/2011. Catz each project monitoring dozens of large purchase.

8. Cher Wang

As co-founder and president of smartphone maker HTC, Wang participated in the patent legal battle with Apple and Samsung. Then HTC sales fall in less than 50% compared to 5 years truwocs. However by 2012, HTC has recovered.

9.Padmasree Warrior

Padmasree Warrior Cisco
Padmasree Warrior- The Technology Director of Cisco

As the Technology Director of Cisco, one of the the largest equipment manufacturers about computer network, Warrior is responsible for all promotion activities in strategy the company's business. Before joining Cisco in 2007, she also served as its Chief Technology Officer  at Motorola.

10. Sue Gardner

Head of Wikimedia in 2007, with just 10 employees, but Sue has put the organization received a grant of not less than $ 3 million per year. In 2011, Wikimedia has raised nearly 10 times the usual capital for a total of $ 23 million. In addition she also collaborated with many other large telecommunications company providing Wikipedia data for millions of people in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

11. Chua Sock Koong

From the cashier position, Chua Sock Koong rise served as CEO Vinaphone Group in 2007, she contributed significantly to this total reach to 26 countries, opening up mobile services using Broadband 4 G in Singapore, cloud services in Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong.

12. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Kiran fame pretty early, at age 25, in 1978 she collaborated with the Irish company founded company Biocon, a biotechnology company in India first. Biocon is the 10th largest pharmaceutical company in India, with a capital of $ 66.8 billion.

13. Mary Meeker

Meeker-one Internet analyst, since 1995, she has been dubbed the Queen of the Net. Internet reports of Meeker affect many businesses advertising technology, mobile phone consumption and investment in Twitter, Groupon.

14. Weili Dai

Weili Dai
Weili Dai


As a Chinese woman and the co-founder of semiconductor technology Marvell in the U.S. in 1995, Dai and her ​​husband operating its 6,000 employees, semiconductor equipment supplier to many large technology companies such as Samsung, Apple .. and recorded annual sales of $ 3.4 billion.

15. Sun Yafang

Sun Yafang, President of the Huawei Group, net profit of $ 1.8 billion for the company in 2011 and by the International Telecommunications Society awarded author award Telecommunications and information society world in May / 2012.