Hewlett Packard Enterprise promotes HP veteran Antonio Neri to president

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has promoted Antonio Neri, a HP veteran of 22 years to president. In addition to leading the company’s primary lines of business, in this new role Mr. Neri will oversee the go-forward company HPE Next, following the completion of the spin-mergers of its Enterprise Services and Software divisions.

Prreviously, Mr. Neri served as senior vice president and general manager for HP Servers and HP Networking business units. Prior to that role, he led the HP Technology Services business unit for the company’s enterprise products and solutions.

Mr. Neri joined HP in 1995 as a customer service engineer in HP’s EMEA call center. He holds a Computer Engineering degree from Universidad Tecnológica Nacional in Argentina and is a Professor of Arts and Drawing.

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