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HP's Healey takes on new role

03 Sep 10

Jeff Healey (pictured) has been appointed Enterprise Sales Lead for the HP Networking group across Asia Pacific and Japan, excluding China.

He will be responsible for sales of HP Networking in APJ with a focus on corporate and global accounts.

Keith Watson, Managing Director, Hewlett-Packard New Zealand says: “Jeff’s appointment greatly strengthens our networking team across the Asia Pacific Region. Jeff brings a wealth of experience and understanding of HP’s Converged Infrastructure strategy that will allow him to focus on providing the best service to our corporate and global accounts.”

Healey was previously Country Manager, Enterprise Storage, Servers and Networking for Hewlett-Packard New Zealand. In his new role he will report to Paul Robson, Vice President and General Manager, HP Networking, APJ, and will continue to be based in Wellington.

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