HP Sales And Marketing Vice President To Leave
Computer, ink and printer firm Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced that its executive vice president in Enterprise Business Sales and Marketing is leaving the company.
Thomas Hogan had been at the head of a number of the firm's major achievements, including building a world-class sales university, launching the Instant-On Enterprise designed to improve connectivity for businesses, and the transforming of HP's multiyear sales profitability.
He joined the firm in 2006 and helped drive the company's software portfolio and helped triple revenues.
Ann Livermore, executive vice president at HP Enterprise Business, said: "We thank Tom for his pioneering work in the sales and marketing transformation.”
Mr Hogan will stay on until the end of May, and will be replaced by managing director for HP Europe, the Middle East and Africa Jan Zadak.
Ms Livermore added: "Jan brings to this role strong leadership skills, solid business acumen and a passion for client success."
Recently, the printer ink firm announced that Brian Humphries was appointed to lead the company's strategy for improving its revenue opportunities.
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