PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 2, 2015 – Today, HP Inc. (HPQ) celebrated its global launch as a new, publicly listed Fortune 100 corporation. A global leader in printing and personal systems, the company is focused on creating technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere.
Backed by nearly 50,000 employees and drawing from a 76-year legacy of engineered innovation, the reinvented HP Inc. aims to create a world where technology works around the needs of society and adapts to every business and person, to their context and environment, helping them move from ideation to creation effortlessly and naturally.
“In an ever-changing, connected world, HP Inc. will keep reinventing itself, its technologies and what tomorrow holds, so industries, communities and individuals can keep reinventing how they operate, ideate and create what matters the most to them,” said Dion Weisler, president and chief executive officer, HP Inc. “We approach this challenge with the heart and energy of a startup coupled with the brain, muscle and determination of a Fortune 100 corporation.”
The company will build on its market leadership in printing and PCs to make it easier and more enjoyable for customers to print, as well as introduce personal systems that combine outstanding design and user experience with great value. HP Inc. will also pursue growth in adjacent markets, such as copiers, graphics printing and commercial mobility in key verticals. Finally, the company will define future market categories through its 3D printing and immersive computing platforms that fuse together the physical and digital worlds.
“We intend to amaze through the people we hire, the technology we create, the experiences we enable and the way we treat our customers and each other,” said Weisler. “We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to spark a flame that could change the world forever. We have every intention of seizing this moment and will keep reinventing for generations to come.”
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