Jul 1, 2016
Last week HP Inc. brought a sizeable group of industry analysts to Boston for the first time since splitting from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. The goal was to discuss its priorities and outline how it intends to grow. The company’s bold vision and mission statements set the tone for the details that followed:
- Vision: Create technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere
- Mission: Engineer experiences that amaze
Dion Weisler kicked off the event by outlining the company’s strategy and describing four major trends that impact the company’s decisions: Read more »
Sep 21, 2011
The following is an open letter to the industry from Charlie Corr, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Mimeo.com. Charlie spent many years at InfoTrends before moving to Mimeo.com in 2007. Charlie’s message is an important one so we are posting it here in its entirety with his permission.
Several weeks ago the New York Times published an article titled “Dump Your Printer To Escape the Madness.” Â The author, Sam Grobart, launched an attack on the “printer-industrial complex” but by the third line stated that “we live in a world where going without a printer can be more trouble than it is worth.” Â He is right! That is why there are over 132 million inkjet printers installed in the US, an average of 1.2 per household. Owning a printer is a major convenience and well worth the minimal cost. Read more »