BlackBerry Announces they will sack most of their Employees

BlackBerry Announces they will sack some of their Employees
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BlackBerry Ltd. has reported they will be laying off an undisclosed measure of representatives, trying to help the battling cell phone organization monetarily. The organization right now has more than 7,000 workers.

Almost 10 years back BlackBerry was a goliath in the cell phone industry, however has fallen on harsh times in the course of recent years with different organizations assuming control over most of the cell phone market.


At the organizations top BlackBerry utilized about 20,000 representatives. This is the official statement from Blackberry.


As we continue executing our plan for BlackBerry’s turnaround, we remain focused on driving efficiencies across our global workforce. As the Company moves into its next stage of the turnaround, our intention is to reallocate resources in ways that will best enable us to capitalize on growth opportunities while driving toward sustainable profitability across all facets of our business.
As a result, we have made the decision to consolidate our device software, hardware and applications business, impacting a number of employees around the world. We know that our employees have worked hard on behalf of our company and we are grateful for their commitment and contributions.
One of our priorities is making our device business profitable. At the same time, we must grow software and licensing revenues. You will see in the coming months a significant ramping up in our customer-facing activities in sales and marketing. We will also continue to make strategic partnerships and hires to focus on driving sales and delivering new offerings across high growth areas of our business. We continue to grow customer-facing teams around the world, and we continue to invest in bringing in new talent to support areas of strategic focus around software, enterprise, security and Internet of Things, for example. These investments will put us on the path to growth.
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