HP Looking To Merge PC And Printer Operations
Global IT giant Hewlett Packard (HP) has signalled that it is looking into the possibility of merging its personal computer and printing divisions.
With millions of home and business users across the world making use of the US firm's printer, printer ink and PC technology, the Wall Street Journal has reported that such a merger may be imminent.
It is anticipated that the California-based company will appoint the existing head of its PC operations, Todd Bradley, to head up the newly-integrated arm, which will likely be tasked with further enhancing HP's status within the global market for home and business printing and computing.
This comes just days after HP launched a range of new services and technology aimed at the small-to-medium-sized business market.
Under the latest changes to the company's Total Care Portfolio, it is offering businesses a range of finance options allowing them to take stock up on printer ink and take advantage.