HP’s New Managing Director To Focus On Helping SMBs Embrace Tech

HP Malaysia has appointed Fayza Mohamed Amin as the new Managing Director effective 1st November 2018. She is replacing HP Malaysia’s Interim Managing Director Jacob-T Jacob.

With over 20 years in the corporate world, Fayza brings diverse local and global knowledge from the tech industry to HP Malaysia. Some of her achievements include being part of the pioneer team that built the Internet in Malaysia as well as leading the development of the national public cloud.

According to Fayza, while maintaining its position as a top laptop brand, HP’s next focus would be assisting Small and Medium Business in embracing digital transformation towards industry 4.0.

“For HP Malaysia, it’s not just about buying from local SMBs, but also providing them with the global expertise, skillsets and standards they need to drive a sustainable business success in the long term.”

She aims to  inject the capabilities of next-generation additive manufacturing to drive the industry 4.0 revolution, through partnerships with the technology ecosystem of the country.

“We want to help close the gap of the future. Working with industry stakeholders and partners to ensure our young future Malaysian talents are equipped with the right skillsets. We are a global brand with a local soul. We want to catalyse the creators of tomorrow,” added Fayza.

A self-professed tech geek, Fayza is passionate about artificial intelligence and the potential of machine learning in accelerating efficiencies in tandem with human-derived insights.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Brock University in Canada.


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