HP has named Christopher James-Killer as its new head of the South Pacific Imaging and Printing Group (IPG) Managed Enterprise Solutions (MES) business.
He replaces Guyon Collins, who transferred to North America as the account director of Staples.
In his new role, James-Killer will focus on building and delivering HP’s Managed Print Solutions (MPS) using a three part strategy involving optimising infrastructure, effectively managing the environment and improving and streamlining workflows.
He joined HP in January 2007 as a major account manager and was promoted to district sales manager in 2008. Prior to joining HP, James-Killer held sales and marketing roles at Lexmark and Ericsson Telecommunications.
HP has grown its list of MPS contracts to include customers such as 3M Australia, Allens Arthur Robinson and SGS. It is also on the MPS panel for the Department of Education NSW.