HP enterprise sales chief Hogan splits

Thomas Hogan, executive vice president of enterprise sales and marketing, is leaving HP to pursue other interests.

Hewlett-Packard on Monday said Thomas Hogan, executive vice president of enterprise sales and marketing, is leaving the company.

The company said Hogan, who is leaving "to pursue other interests," will stick around until May 31.

Jan Zadak, managing director for HP's Europe, Middle East and Africa, unit will replace Hogan beginning May 1.

The appointment of Zadak gives CEO Leo Apotheker another executive focused on HP's global ambitions. Hogan was credited with building out HP's sales organization and focusing on the company's "Instant-On" messaging.

Apotheker said:

"Shaping a world-class leadership team is one of my most important objectives, so I am particularly pleased that a global executive of Jan’s experience and ability will take over this critically important role. I also want to recognize the many contributions that Tom has made to HP during his tenure with the company."

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