HP Inc. today announced Adrian Ali as the new general manager for Latin America, responsible for the company’s business throughout the market, effective immediately. Ali takes over from Marcos Razon, who has moved into a leadership role in HP’s Workforce Solutions and Services organization. Ali will report to Dave McQuarrie, HP’s chief commercial officer.
“I am thrilled to take on the leadership of HP Latin America, where I have the honor of working side-by-side with incredibly talented professionals and exceptional partners,” said Ali. “I am looking forward to leading HP’s business, as well as contributing to our goals in climate action, human rights and digital equity. The Latin American market has a promising future ahead, with hybrid work, security and mass customization leading the path in a world where innovation drives extraordinary contributions to humanity.”
Ali is an established leader with more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry and the consumer goods sector. He recently served as the company’s general manager in Chile and Cono Sur. Previously, he served as country manager of HP Chile’s Printing and Personal Systems Group. Prior to joining HP, Ali held leadership positions at Procter & Gamble.
“Adrian is a strong, dynamic, customer-centric, data-driven leader who has had a tremendous impact in his role as general manager of Chile and Cono Sur, driving sustained revenue growth to become the second largest cluster in Latin America. I have the utmost confidence that his skills in developing and executing successful business strategies will serve him well in this new position,” commented Dave McQuarrie, chief commercial officer, HP Inc.