HP Appoints Jan Zadak President, EMEA Enterprise Services

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

HP has hired Jan Zadak to assume the newly created position of president, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), HP Enterprise Services.  Mr. Zadak, a 20-year veteran of the IT industry, will report to John Visentin, executive vice president and general manager, HP Enterprise Services. Mr. Zadak will be working in strategic client deals.

Previously, Mr. Zadak was executive vice president, Global Sales, HP, where his team leveraged the full HP portfolio to deliver integrated solutions for customers and partners. Prior to this role, Mr. Zadak was senior vice president and managing director, EMEA, HP Enterprise Business. He joined Compaq Computer Corporation in 1997, and held several senior management roles in EMEA’s fast-growth markets, including Central and Eastern Europe.

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