HP appoints new Business Development manager
Christopher Saul, formerly of Sun Microsystems now in charge of driving sales, developing new thin client
Hewlett-Packard Personal Systems Group Middle East has appointed Christopher Saul as the new Business Development manager of Client Virtualisation.
Saul will be tasked with expanding Client Virtualisation capabilities and driving sales and sales strategies across the Middle East region, working with tier one HP partners such as Microsoft, Citrix and VMware to provide thin client, VDI and server based computing solutions to customers.
‘Client Virtualisation' refers to HP's thin client hardware and software product portfolio.
Saul will also be focusing on delivering a total solution to customers in order to retain and increase HP's thin client marketshare.
"I'm really excited to have joined the HP Middle East team. There's not a single organisation out there that won't benefit immediately from HP's Client Virtualisation solutions," said Christopher. "The key issue for customers is working with a vendor that can handle an entire solution, from keyboard to client, from server to software. HP is uniquely positioned in the market as the only vendor able to bring a complete solution together."
Saul has more than 12 years experience in promoting, designing and selling thin client, server based computing and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure solutions.Saul joins HP from Sun Microsystems.
"We are pleased to welcome Christopher Saul as Business Development Manager for Client Virtualisation," said Salim Ziade, HP PSG General Manager ME, "We see this market as a key focus area for HP and Christopher's leadership and expertise will be an essential part of HP's growth in the region."