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Boeing’s John Hinshaw Moves to HP as EVP of Global Tech, Business Process

John Hinshaw, HP

HP (NYSE: HPQ) announced that John Hinshaw, former vice president and general manager of information solutions for Boeing (NYSE: BA), has been appointed to fill a new executive vice president of global technology and business processes position.

He will join HP’s executive council on Nov. 15 and report directly to newly elected CEO Meg Whitman.

The company said Hinshaw will oversee direct and indirect services procurements as part of his managerial responsibilities in company IT,  shared and administrative services.

Hinshaw previously served as global chief information officer, where he led Boeing’s global IT strategy, operations, process and people.

Prior to joining Boeing, Hinshaw was senior vice president and CIO at Verizon Wireless and also served as a consultant with Accenture (NYSE: ACN).

“John has an outstanding track record of process excellence and leading large, complex organizations, ” said Whitman. “I am confident that he will help position HP for the future through best-in-class IT and shared services administration.”

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