HP Appoints Veteran Executive to Lead Global Outsourcing Business
PALO ALTO, Calif., June 22, 2006
HP today announced that Pablo Sanchez-Lozano has been named senior vice president and general manager of its Managed Services business unit within HP Services.
With more than 15 years in HP Services, Sanchez-Lozano, 40, brings extensive global business management, sales engagement and finance expertise to his new position. He will report to Steve Smith, senior vice president of HP Services.
Since 2004, Sanchez-Lozano has served as the vice president and general manager of HP's Managed Services organization for the Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA) region, where he led the signing of many noteworthy deals, including KONE, Renault and West LB AG.
Sanchez-Lozano also created and led HP's strategic outsourcing sales engagement team for the EMEA region, which won significant outsourcing contracts with accounts such as Bank of Ireland as well as a key alliance with British Telecom.
"Pablo's extensive experience in HP Services is an asset that our clients will appreciate," said Smith. "We are thrilled that he will be able to hit the ground running to build on our momentum and lead this critical business for HP."
HP's Managed Services organization provides companies with IT and application outsourcing services and solutions to manage their IT environments. It also provides business process outsourcing capabilities specific to finance and administration processes. In fiscal year 2005, the business unit saw year-over-year growth of 24 percent.
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