by February 24, 2011 0 comments



Neeraj will join the senior leadership team for HP India and will be reporting to John Solomon, senior vice president, HP, Imaging and Printing group, Asia-Pacific and Japan.

“Neeraj is a strategic thinker, passionate about technology, with a panache to sniff out new growth opportunities.“ said John Solomon. “We believe these are the qualities that will lead us to the next level of growth in India.“

Formerly an IBM senior executive, Neeraj joins HP with 20 years of experience of which 7 were spent in senior leadership roles across varied technology portfolios. He has successfully led complex B2B, SME and
Enterprise PC and peripherals businesses with both retail and distribution strategies and comes with a solid understanding of the Indian landscape. He also led the new Lenovo organization when IBM divested from their PC business in 2005. Most recently he augmented his background of managing hardware portfolios with three and half years of services experience; creating complex technology solutions for major clients across the region.

In his new role at HP, Neeraj will be focused on identifying high potential growth opportunities, strengthening our business across business units, and maintaining market leadership in all our key segments.

Neeraj will succeed Ravi Aggarwal who has led the team to the leadership position HP IPG is at today. IPG in India has consistently delivered some of our strongest hardware market share positions across multiple customer segments across the world. These results have been the direct result of the execution capabilities and drive of the management team in India led by Ravi Aggarwal. Under Ravi’s leadership, IPG has grown multi-fold and literally created and led the printing market in India. Ravi will be retiring from HP by 31st March, 2011.

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