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HP NZ mirrors global structure

HP NZ mirrors global structure

Hewlett-Packard New Zealand has implemented a new structure reflecting that of its parent to help deliver a “consistent global model” across the company.

The structure, which came into use at the beginning of HP’s financial year on November 1 last year, features Gavin Greaves heading HP’s Enterprise Services division, says HP’s country manager Keith Watson. Greaves is formerly from EDS, which HP acquired last year.

Jeff Healey, a long serving enterprise systems man who joined HP when it acquired Compaq, takes on a new position in the local company as head of the Enterprise Storage, Servers and Networking group for the South Pacific region. His role includes all channel relationships for that business.

A focus in 2010 will be in integrating HP’s ProCurve networking business into Healey’s new group, Watson says.

Read more on Computerworld.


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