HP has poached one of Dell’s top EMEA executives to spearhead its regional enterprise activities, according to reports over the weekend.
Dell confirmed to Scotland on Sunday that area vice president global segment, Charles Quinn, is leaving “to take up a fresh challenge”.
Quinn is expected to be unveiled in a similar blue chip-focused role at arch nemesis HP, according to the report.
Before Dell, Quinn served a five-year stint at software giant Microsoft, where he was EMEA director of sales and operations, global accounts.
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