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HP announces organizational realignment: PC and printing FAQ’s

Today, HP announced an organizational realignment that will lead to a better customer experience and drive innovation in personal computing and printing.


For those that want to learn more about what these changes mean, we’ve provided answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.


Read today’s press release for more information and comments from HP CEO Meg Whitman.


What does it mean for HP to combine its Personal Systems Group and Imaging and Printing Group?

We expect that combining these two HP business divisions will improve the customer experience by simplifying HP's branding, supply chain, and customer support world-wide, making it easier to do business with HP.


The combined entity will be led by Todd Bradley, who has served as the head of HP’s Personal Systems Group since 2005.


Does this mean HP is no longer committed to imaging and printing?

No. This realignment is a reaffirmation of HP’s commitment to imaging and printing.


The combination brings together two businesses where HP has established global leadership, leading to a better customer experience and driving innovation in personal computing and printing.


Will you reduce your current product offerings?

We are not announcing changes to current product offerings at this time.

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obaumgar(anon) | ‎03-22-2012 02:51 PM

How does IPG's commercial printing (Indigo, IHPS, Scitex)  business fit into the mostly consumer market driven decision to merge IPG and PSG?

Ethan_Bauley | ‎04-03-2012 05:27 PM



Both IPG and PSG have significant commercial businesses (for example, PSG is a leader in thin clients and workstations, in addtition to selling traditional notebooks and desktops to enterprises).


PSG also introduced some innovative 3D technologies for the commercial market in November 2011 that are notable:


Thanks for your question.



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