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HP Inc. CEO Weisler On Moving Direct Accounts To Partners, Windows 10, Elite X3 And The 3-D Printing Opportunity

HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler spoke with CRN about an initiative to move 1,500 direct accounts to the channel, the impact of Windows 10, the new HP Inc. Elite x3 product and the market-shaking implications of HP's 3-D commercial printing product.

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Weisler On The Record

HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler spoke with CRN on Thursday about a new initiative to move 1,500 direct accounts to the channel, the impact of Windows 10, the new HP Inc Elite x3 product and the implications of HP's eagerly anticipated 3-D commercial printing product.

Weisler spoke with CRN after the company reported non-GAAP net earnings per share of 36 cents -- in line with Wall Street expectations -- on a 12 percent drop in sales to $12.2 billion. The Wall Street consensus was earnings per share of 36 cents on sales of $12.1 billion, according to a survey of analysts by FactSet.

The results marked HP Inc.'s first quarterly earnings call since being split Nov. 1 from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. It also comes in the midst of an aggressive innovation offensive, including the launch this week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, of the new Elite x3. The Elite x3, a Windows 10 device, makes it possible for business customers to access everything they need on a single hand-held product -- including Windows legacy applications -- eliminating the need to switch among smartphones, laptops and desktops. Here is an excerpt from the conversation with Weisler.

 
 
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