Ted Colbert Named President, CEO of Boeing Global Services

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Ted Colbert

Ted Colbert, formerly chief information officer and senior vice president of information technology and data analytics at Boeing (NYSE: BA), has been named president and CEO of the company’s global services business.

He succeeds Stan Deal, who replaces Kevin McAllister as president and CEO of Boeing’s commercial airplanes business, the company said Tuesday.

Colbert, a 10-year Boeing veteran, is an executive vice president at the Chicago-based aerospace and defense contractor and a member of the Boeing Executive Council. He previously served as CIO with oversight of IT, analytics, data and information security operations. He also led the firm’s IT infrastructure and IT business systems organizations.

Deal is a more than three-decade company veteran, an EVP and a member of Boeing’s executive council. Prior to leading Boeing Global Services, he held senior leadership roles at the company’s commercial airplanes business.

Vishwa Uddanwadiker, formerly VP of IT at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, has been appointed acting CIO and SVP of IT and data analytics. He was former IT director for manufacturing and quality systems at Boeing and held leadership positions within the IT application development and support business unit of Honeywell’s (NYSE: HON) Indian arm.

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