The Toronto Raptors promoted Bobby Webster to general manager on Wednesday.
In addition, the organization promoted Dan Tolzman to assistant general manager and vice president of player personnel, and Keith Boyarsky to vice president of basketball strategy and research.
Masai Ujiri will continue to oversee basketball operations as team president.
"We are excited to promote Bobby, Dan and Keith for their hard work and important contributions to our program," Ujiri said in a statement. "They have been invaluable across many aspects of the franchise, making decisions on our salary management, key input on scouting, analytics, strategy, player personnel and team building that has helped us develop a winning culture throughout our organization."
Webster joined the Raptors' front office in 2013 as vice president of basketball management and strategy, and helped construct a roster that won three consecutive Atlantic Division titles (2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16) and back-to-back 50-win seasons for the first time in franchise history. The Raptors have compiled a 204-124 (.622) regular-season record since 2013 -- the best in the Eastern Conference the past four years.
Webster was promoted to assistant general manager and vice president of basketball strategy in September 2016. He came to the Raptors after working for the NBA league office in New York for the previous seven seasons.
Tolzman has served the past two seasons as director of player personnel and general manager of Raptors 905, the team's NBA Development League (now G-League) affiliate. He will continue to serve as Raptors 905's GM in his new role.
Tolzman joined the Raptors as director of scouting in 2013 and organized the team's scouting efforts for the NBA Draft and free agency preparation. He was a member of Ujiri's staff in Denver, serving as scouting coordinator from 2011-13 and also worked in the media relations department from 2004-09.
Boyarsky joined the Raptors as an analytics consultant during the 2009-10 season and served as director of analytics since 2013-14.