Speaker profile

Chris Ogburn

Chris Ogburn

Vice President, WW Channel Marketing - Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Chris Ogburn is Vice President of WW Channel Marketing for Hewlett Packard Enterprise.  In this role, he is responsible for driving global channel marketing to, with and through HPE channel partners across software, servers, storage, networking, converged systems, technology services, and cloud.  Key areas of responsibility include global MDF strategy, providing partner marketing coverage to top distributors, solution providers, and service providers, aligning key priorities and campaigns to partner MDF spend,  collaborating with HPE partners to develop aligned joint marketing plans, measuring pipeline and revenue impact from MDF funded joint marketing activity, managing & optimizing the performance of HPE’s global Marketing Services Agency network,  driving large scale channel events, and orchestrating clear and effective global channel communications.

Chris has more than 20 years of experience across both end user and channel sales and marketing at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP and Compaq.  Previously, Chris led Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) Commercial Marketing in the Americas including both end user and channel marketing.  Prior to that, he led the SMB & Mid Market sales organization in the USA.

Based in Houston, Texas, Chris holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from The University of Texas at Austin and has completed executive courses at Columbia University, Harvard Business School, and The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania.

 

Sessions


Keynote: HPE keynote - Thriving in an age of digital disruption

Tue 04 Oct, 14:00pm - 14:45pm

Digital technology is disrupting every industry. It has already happened to entertainment, publishing and retail, and now digital is disrupting others, including banking, transportation, healthcare and manufacturing.  Your customers don’t...

Keynote: HPE - Thriving in an age of digital disruption

Wed 16 Nov, 10:30am - 11:00am

Digital technology is disrupting every industry. It has already happened to entertainment, publishing and retail, and now digital is disrupting others, including banking, transportation, healthcare and manufacturing.  Your customers don’t...