HP appointed two new executive leadership roles to support the company’s long-term growth strategy and strategic priorities. Didier Deltort has been named President of Personalization & 3D Printing and Greg Baxter has been named Chief Transformation Officer.
Reporting to Sarabjit Singh (Savi) Baveja, HP’s Chief Strategy & Incubation Officer, Deltort will lead global end-to-end business management to drive commercial growth, create new businesses, and disrupt industries with HP 3D Printing technology and intellectual property. Deltort joins the company from Zimmer Biomet where he served as President of the Europe, Middle East and Africa business. At Zimmer Biomet, Deltort led the marketing, sales and distribution of complex hardware, software, and digital products, services and solutions across a diverse set of markets.
Before Zimmer Biomet, Deltort was Senior Vice President and General Manager, Global Healthcare Solutions and Partnerships at Boston Scientific Corporation. Previously, he spent 14 years with GE Healthcare in leadership positions across Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, including SVP of Global Monitoring Solutions and Managing Director of GE Healthcare Finland. He previously held leadership roles at Philips, Agilent, and Hewlett-Packard Company. He earned his master’s degree in biomedical engineering from University de Technologie de Compiègne, France.
As Chief Transformation Officer, Baxter will lead and cultivate the company’s digital capabilities to better serve customers while also significantly reducing operating costs. He joins HP from MetLife where he served as Chief Digital Officer. Baxter succeeds Marie Myers, who was named HP’s CFO earlier this year and had also been serving as Acting Chief Transformation Officer.
At MetLife, Baxter was responsible for leading digital strategy and platforms, enterprise data and analytics, digital automation and innovation to transform the customer experience. Under his leadership, MetLife delivered industry-leading growth through redesigned and expanded digital channels, new product launches, streamlined business processes and customer journeys.
Before MetLife, he served as Global Head of Digital at Citi, where he led the company’s digital transformation across businesses and geographies, and Managing Partner at Booz & Company, where he held leadership roles across the firm’s financial services, public sector and digital practices. He began his career at IBM, where he focused on driving large-scale transformation programs. He earned his bachelor’s degree in IT from Monash University and his MBA from Melbourne University.
“Greg and Didier are highly accomplished executives who have each delivered exceptional results throughout their careers,” said Enrique Lores, President and Chief Executive Officer at HP Inc. “We continue to transform the way we operate and create new growth businesses for the future. These appointments will accelerate progress against key strategic priorities and help to drive long-term sustainable growth and value creation.”