HP has said it is prepared for either outcome of the Scottish independence referendum on Thursday as it puts the final touches on its contingency plans.
Speaking to The Telegraph, HP's UK managing director Andy Isherwood (pictured) said his firm is well prepared to deal with the fallout should Scotland vote for independence on Thursday.
HP is the single largest IT supplier to the government and has a Scottish base in Erskine, near Glasgow.
Isherwood said he is confident HP is prepared either way.
"Government is a great customer for us and will continue to be a great customer," he said.
"We're planning for both scenarios. We've got a big presence up in Scotland. We've got to plan either way. Everyone has a plan now."
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