HPE has confirmed that Marc Waters is now its permanent UK boss, after taking on the job in the interim after Andy Isherwood moved into an EMEA role.
The news was confirmed internally within HPE last night at the firm's Global Partner Summit in Boston. His new role is vice president for Enterprise Group and UK and Ireland managing director.
Waters (pictured) had been acting UKI managing director since the summer, but effective immediately, will be Isherwood's permanent replacement.
Waters joined HP in 1999 and was made vice president for Enterprise Group in UKI in March 2013. Prior to that he held roles including enterprise services sales director for the UK public sector, and Enterprise Group's server country manager.
Kepp an eye on Channelweb.co.uk for more news from HPE's GPC.
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