by AKANI CHAUKE
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – HEWLETT Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced President Ntuli as Managing Director for South Africa.
He has also been appointed to the board.
The appointment is with immediate effect.
He assumes full responsibility for the end-to-end management of HPE’s South African business, people and operations.
Based at HPE’s office in Johannesburg, Ntuli leads an organisation with more than 150 team members spread across Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
Looking to leverage his knowledge and skills from the region to drive growth in South Africa, Ntuli is particularly focused on cloud and digital transformation.
HPE said with this appointment, it reaffirmed and solidified its commitment to the country.
“President is an exceptional leader who has years of valuable experience and expertise within the region,” said Ahmad Alkhallafi, Emirates and Africa Managing Director, HPE.
Ntuli has led HPE as a service transformation across the entire United Kingdom, India, Middle East and Africa (UKIMEA) region for the past two years.
“I’m excited to take up the challenge of leading Hewlett Packard Enterprise South Africa into the next stage of our transformation journey and to witness how HPE’s commitment to the country can help us overcome challenges within the region,” Ntuli said.
His biggest focus for 2024 are leveraging AI and cloud to drive South Africa’s economic recovery efforts, driving market share in storage and compute, investments in HPE’s partner ecosystems and continuing to drive innovation across industries with vertical solutions that are outcome driven.
– CAJ News