Haim Levit Spills the Beans (sort of)

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Laurel Brunner

We were recently offered the opportunity for a one-to-one conversation with Haim Levit, the new boss at HP Indigo. It turned out that we aren’t important enough to be granted an actual live interview, but we were allowed to submit some questions and the HP Indigo PR team graciously provided some answers.

Haim Levit took over as General Manager last summer. He is responsible for all aspects of development, marketing and installations of HP Indigo systems to 5000+ HP Indigo customers in 120 countries around the world. Mr Levit has been with HP Indigo for over 25 years, working initially as its supply chain manager and rising to be in charge of the “Worldwide Go-to-market Industrial” organisation for HP’s Graphic Solutions Business, worth $1.8 billion, prior to becoming General Manager of the division. He brings to the role the same commitment to community and customers as his predecessor, the much loved Alon Bar-Shany, now chairman of Highcon. Both men would appear to be cut from similar cloth, so what is different now, for HP Inc, HP Indigo and HP Indigo customers?

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