The head of Hewlett Packard‘s Technology Solutions Group (TSG) resigned on Friday, a spokesperson for HP confirmed today.
David Booth, TSG’s senior vice president and U.S. country manager, left the company for “personal reasons,” according to Jane McMillian, director of media relations for TSG. His role will be filled by Jack Novia, senior vice president of and managing director for the Americas region of TSG .
Booth was responsible for all of TSG’s go-to-market operations, McMillian said, including coordinating with channel executives at HP. On Friday, SearchITChannel.com reported that HP appointed Adrian Jones as vice president and general manager of HP’s Solutions Partners Organization in the Americas. Jones would have worked with Booth, McMillian confirmed.
McMillian said operations will not be affected by the resignation. The company has begun a search for Booth’s replacement, she said, and is looking both internally and outside the company. She would not specify a time line for the process.