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HPE CEO Meg Whitman On Upcoming Changes To Field Compensation, The Impact Of Dell On HPE's VMware Relationship And Why Hardware Still Matters In The Software-Defined Era

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman tackled questions at the Best of Breed conference, ranging from the channel impact of the company's HPE Next restructuring to what her next career move might be after HPE.

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One of the downside of restructuring is that some people go, some people stay. For some partners, the people they interact with directly are gone. Are we going to see some stability moving forward, or is this just the new world?

We tried very hard to preserve our frontline sales executives to all of you. While there may be a few of you whose partner business managers have change, about 96 percent of the people you interact with on a daily basis are exactly the same. There are people up the chain of command who may have moved on, but your core connection to Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, we are very conscious about maintaining the stability we've had over the last five years. We live in a world now of constant change. Somebody said to me the other day, 'When do you think the company will stop changing?' and I said, maybe not ever. The pace of technology change is accelerating. Every single one of your customers is undergoing some form of transformation or disruption. The innovation cycles are much faster than they have ever been. The ability to constantly readjust, reinvent and make sure your businesses and our businesses are fit for purpose in the current world order is an important thing.

 
 
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