Press Release: September 01, 2010
Topics: Financial

HP Names Mike Salfity Chief Technology Officer of Imaging and Printing Group

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- HP has named Mike Salfity chief technology officer of the Imaging and Printing Group, effective immediately.

Salfity will work across the group to oversee long-range technical strategy as well as research and development. He will report to Shane Robison, executive vice president and chief strategy and technology officer, HP, and he joins the staff of Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP.

“Mike is an exceptional leader, with a stellar reputation,” said Joshi. “He’ll be a key contributor in unleashing innovations that will transform the flow of content for all customers – enabling them to access, share, print and manage any content, at anytime, from anywhere in the world.”

Prior to joining HP, Salfity was with Xerox for 25 years. As vice president of the Global Software Delivery & Solutions business unit, he was responsible for developing and delivering software for Xerox’s entire business. Prior to that, he led the Xerox Workflow Solutions business. He spent the first 10 years of his career working with the Xerox corporate research group in various technical strategy and engineering roles.

Salfity replaces Patrick Scaglia, who is now chief technology officer for Cloud Services and Applications at HP.

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