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25 days ago

Territory Account Manager

Hewlett-Packard Cincinnati, OH

• Utilizes the support of pre-sales and specialists, and depending on account coverage with inside sales to lead deal pursuit. • Responsible for… Hewlett-Packard

9 days ago

Sales Specialist, HP Software

Hewlett-Packard Cincinnati, OH

• For Services Consultants: Focus on growing contractual renewals for large accounts with more complexity, to higher-total contract-value renewals… Hewlett-Packard

11 days ago

Account Support Manager

Hewlett-Packard Cincinnati, OH

· May identify additional services that could lead to future service revenue growth. · May provide… Hewlett-Packard

26 days ago

Print Presales Consultant

Hewlett-Packard Cincinnati, OH

• Engage directly with customers to understand and solve technical and business challenges leveraging HP's broad array of computing… Hewlett-Packard

4 days ago

Automotive Technical Solutions Representative

Hewlett-Packard Florence, KY

Representatives provide technical support and warranty adjudication on heavy truck systems for an industry leading customer assistance call center… Hewlett-Packard

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    HP has good benefits and opportunity for growth within its Enterprise businesses

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Roseville, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Roseville, CA

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard full-time (more than 10 years)


    Storage (Enterprise) has many connections with the Network business in HP and these interactive dependencies create opportunity for skill expansion and professional growth.


    HP's current senior management is attempting to thin out the older staff in favor of young resources because they are cheaper to maintain. This creates a negative environment and lack of mentoring resources. While the company can definitely benefit from infusion of fresh talent this "weeding out" trend has been seen in HP before and it ended up hurting the product and service delivery quality.

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