HP Enterprise Services Appoints John Visentin as EVP; CEO Leo Apotheker Comments

Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) has appointed John Visentin to replace the retiring Tom Iannotti as executive vice president of HP Enterprise Services, effective immediately.

Visentin will be responsible for driving enterprise services growth and will now report to Léo Apotheker, HP president and CEO, as a member of HP’s executive council.

Visentin previously led HP Enterprise Services for the Americas.

Prior to that, he held several senior executive positions at IBM (NYSE: IBM), most recently as general manager of IBM’s integrated technology services for North America.

“John is a world-class services executive who will accelerate our efforts in delivering high-value services around cloud, security, mobility, application modernization and industry solutions, ” said Apotheker. “I am pleased to have John as a member of the executive council.”

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