Predictably, EDS executives leaving HP. Wonder if they will end up at Lexmark, Dell, or CISCO.
Hewlett-Packard Co. confirmed on Friday that as part of the recent merger and integration of Electronic Data Systems, four EDS executive leaders will be leaving their posts as the company realigns its structure.
The company confirmed that Mike Koehler will be leaving his position to pursue other opportunities, replaced by Andy Mattes who will oversee the company's Americas region.
As Mattes transitions into his new role, Robb Rasmussen will over Mattes' former job leading application services.
Bobby Grisham, who oversees EDS sales, is retiring in June. A search for his replacement continues, the company said in a statement.
Tom Haubenstricker, who leads EDS finance, is leaving the company in mid-May to explore other opportunities, while Pete Bocian, executive vice president and chief administrative officer, will serve in the role on an interim basis as the search for a replacement continues.
Mike Paolucci also is leaving as vice president of human resources at EDS. He will be replaced by Shawn Williams.
Both H-P and EDS employ thousands in the Sacramento area.