HP confirms Gandhi as Middle East PSG boss

HP Middle East has officially confirmed the appointment of Anil Gandhi as general manager of its personal systems group (PSG) division in the Middle East.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  September 10, 2005

HP Middle East has officially confirmed the appointment of Anil Gandhi as general manager of its personal systems group (PSG) division in the Middle East. Gandhi will focus on extending HP’s PSG market leadership across the region in his new role. Gandhi’s IT industry career spans a quarter of a century and he played a pioneering role in the Middle East market. Gandhi was HP’s first general manager for the Middle East region between 1995 and 1998. He took on this role after holding senior positions at HP distributors Imtac and Emitac between 1987 and 1995. Gandhi relocated to Canada in early 1999 and took on multiple leadership roles including the management of the channel and PSG business, and most recently, VP of operations IT. Gandhi’s international experience spans Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa and North America. His expertise covers many aspects of the IT business including sales, channel management, general management, supply chain operations and various IT functions. “HP PSG has achieved great results in the Middle East under the guidance of Hazem Bazan,” stated Anil Gandhi. “I’d like to thank him for taking on the responsibility of the general manager position above and beyond his role as solution partners organisation (SPO) manager. I now look forward to growing and extending the business to ensure continued profitability and world-class levels of customer satisfaction.” Bazan had successfully combined the PSG role with his SPO duties since March 2005, maintaining HP’s market leadership in the desktop, notebook and server segments in the Middle East.

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