HP Promotes Enterprise Services Vet Marc Levine to SVP, Controller

Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) has promoted 23-year company veteran Marc Levine, senior vice president of finance for enterprise services, to company SVP and controller, effective May 1.

Levine will succeed Jim Murrin in the role, who has taken on an SVP and general manager position in the enterprise services division. Murrin will manage end-user workplace and managed network services.

HP said Levine will work to drive the company’s enterprise-wide financial discipline and will report to Cathie Lesjak,  HP’s executive vice president and chief financial officer.

HP Enterprise Services recently won a potential $47 million contract to support the General Services Administration‘s federal and contractor employee identity management office.

Levine has previously held finance positions supporting the company’s enterprise business,  enterprise solutions and global sales.

He has also held leadership positions in the Asia Pacific region and served as general manager for HP’s regional medical products business in Southeast Asia.

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