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HP on the look out for Gandhi replacement

HP has confirmed it expects to announce the appointment of a new Personal Systems Group (PSG) boss in the Middle East before the beginning of May.

HP has confirmed it expects to announce the appointment of a new Personal Systems Group (PSG) boss in the Middle East before the beginning of May.

The company is currently looking for a successor to Anil Gandhi who is moving to the US to take up a new role with HP.

From May 1, Gandhi will become director of the global business programme in the worldwide PSG sales team where he will focus on building relationships with HP's key accounts.

In a statement, HP said: "With his first hand experience of business in the America, Asia and EMEA regions, Anil Gandhi will undertake driving profitable growth in HP's global accounts worldwide, through creating and positioning industry-leading end-to-end global business solutions for HP's volume products portfolio."

Gandhi has been heading HP's regional PSG team for the last two years. He also spent three years between 1995 and 1998 as the founding general manager for HP in the Middle East.

Ghandi's move to North America comes as HP re-jigs its organisation in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

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