AMS -Latin America (LATAM) VP and General Manager - HP Inc
Marcos Razon is the General Manager and Managing Director for AMS- Latin America (LATAM). In this role, Marcos is responsible for all the go-to market strategies and overall financial performance of the Latin America business across all products and services that includes personal computers, mobility devices, technical workstations, printers, graphics solutions, and managed-print services
Prior to this job position, Marcos held the job title of Vice President of PPS Latin America for Corporate Enterprise and Public Sector (CEP) Sales for many years. He and his team, in conjunction with the country CEP Leaders are responsible to drive the strategic initiatives in order to sell the entire PPS Portfolio to the customers, while securing long term relationships. Americas Managed Services Sales for the Printing and Personal Systems organization. He and his team are responsible to sell the entire Managed Services (MS) Portfolio, while developing and driving strategic initiatives aimed at securing long term customer relationships.
Prior to this role Marcos was The VP PPS Americas Managed Services Sales, responsible to sell the entire Managed Services (MS) portfolio, he also was the World Wide Vice President of MPS Sales and Pursuit, within HP’s Imaging & Printing Group (IPG). Marcos was responsible for defining, developing and executing a worldwide strategy for achieving TCV growth goals. While expanding the IPG Global sales Program, Marcos drove the MPS market expansion initiatives to include growth markets such as public sector, expand our graphic reach and define the requirements for new offers.
Marcos has been with Hewlett Packard for 27 years. He joined HP Mexico in 1989, and he was transferred to Miami, FL 18 years ago and since 2015, Actually, Marcos resides in Houston, TX with his family since July 2015.
Marcos has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, a Master of Science and an MBA from the University of Miami (UM).
Wed 15 Nov, 09:00am - 12:30pm
More information will be available soon.
This session will be simultaneously translated into Spanish and Portuguese.