Executive Profile: Joe Ayers, HP Federal Enterprise Group VP & GM

Joe Ayers
Joe Ayers

Joe Ayers, a former U.S. Army aviation officer, serves as vice president and general manager of Hewlett-Packard‘s U.S. federal enterprise business group, where he works with federal partners to deliver private cloud and other technology and consulting services.

Prior to HP, he managed the federal business at Dell for two years as vice president and general manager and oversaw areas including sales and marketing, customer experience and government relations.

During his 13-year tenure at Dell, Ayers also led the employee support group for military veterans and wounded warriors as well as the company’s Rugged business.

Ayers is an engineering management graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

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