Where Is Hewlett Packard Corporate Office Headquarters

Hewlett Packard Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1501 Page Mill Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 650-857-1501
  • Email: investorrelations@hp.com
  • Number of Employees: 66000
  • Established: January 1, 1939
  • Founder: Bill Hewlett & David Packard
  • Key People: Enrique Lores, Steve Fieler

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Hewlett Packard Headquarters Executive Team

Enrique Lores

President &
Chief Executive Officer

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Steve Fieler

Chief Financial Officer

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Alex Cho

President, Personal Systems

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Tuan Tran

President of Imaging, Printing & Solutions

Ramon Pastor

Interim President, 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing

Christoph Schell

Chief Commercial Officer

Stuart Pann

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Tracy Keogh

Chief Human Resources Officer

Shane Wall

Chief Technology Officer

Karen Kahn

Chief Communications Officer

Richard Bailey

Chief Transformation Officer

Kim M. Rivera

President, Strategy and Business Management and Chief Legal Officer

Vikrant Batra

Chief Marketing Officer

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  • john lutz says:

    can’t seem to get care pack warranty end date straightened out with tech support for over 2 weeks
    many case numbers, one of which is 5040522487. told me it would only be 72 hours but still not correct when I look up on hp web site

     
  • colleen murphy says:

    when san I expect a response? I have been trying to get a tech for the past 2 hours. all are busy for the past 2 hours, this is so upsetting I have had this problem, as mentioned, for four days,

     
  • colleen murphy says:

    have been having problems with aa-in-one- computer, this has been going on for 4 days and problem not fixed, have talked to MANY techs. Very unhappy – at one time I asked to speak tp a supervisor, was put on hold for 5 min no response. would appreciate a response to this problem, my cas#5041254187

     
  • Mary Stradford says:

    I find it appalling you hide behind the phone. I want to return your poor product. I need a full refund in the us of America. If you do not contact me I will ship it back to your office. It never was right and your Philippine friends would jack me around until i cant return it locally.

     
  • Elizabeth Gardner says:

    Three times I have written to you about this rubbish called a computer. Two of the same kind in not quite three years the first one a 23 inch all in one went to god after 6 months and when you could not fix it you replaced it. This one is just over a year old a 24 inch all in one and it has been giving me hell since I had it from three months old to now. I cannot get it fixed and you will not answer any of my questions nor will you do anything about it. I have only ever had Hewlett Packards and I tell you now I will never have another one Thousands of dollars down the drain for rubbish. Everything is gone off this, most of my apps my extras that I paid for other browsers except google my camera my personal papers and letters even the integrated apps that came with it EVERYTHING and I cannot get any of it back . You do not even do me the courtesy of an answer. I have been trying to contact you since I bought or got this replacement last year. It is worse that the previous one I had. This is disgraceful but typical American garbage nothing you lot make ever lasts. Never again. I would like a reply thankyou it is the least you can do.

     
  • James Bryant says:

    TO: Mr. Antonio Rabio Neri, CEO, President & Director,
    Mr. Daniel D. Havens, Chief growth Officer, and
    Hewlett-Packard Public/Customer Relations Officer:

    I purchased a HP OfficeJet 7740 Wide Format All-in-One Printer at the Staples store located at 44620 Valley Central Way, Lancaster, CA 93534 on Friday, June 7, 2019 that was delivered to my home on Monday morning, June 10, 2019. After successfully placing the unit where it was needed, and setting it up for wireless communication with my iMac destop computer with macOS Mojave version 10.14.5., I followed the minimum HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 directions for setting up the FAX feature, which included connecting my telephone line to the ‘Line-1’ outlet (not the 2-EXT). The result was my landline telephone displaying the message “Line in use”. All of the phone extensions showed the same readout. I went to the 123.hp.com/ojp7740 hoping to find more definitive support for setting up the FAX feature. At that site, there is a link to check the Product Warranty. To my surprise the warranty ‘start date’ showed January 18, 2018 and the ‘end date’ showed February 16, 2019. My question is, How can Hewlett-Packart Corporation put a beginning and end date on a Product Warranty, when the product had not been purchased? As far as I can remember, the manufacturer’s Product Warranty would begin as of the date the product (in this case the HP 7740) was purchased. I printed out the Products Warranty Results page and took it to show the manager of the above-mentioned Staples store. She, too, was surprised. I ended up purchasing the Staples Protection & Tech Help (Plan) plan for $49.99 to cover the HP 7740 for a four-year period. I tried using the Plan the evening of June 10th, making another attempt at setting up the FAX feature. The ‘Chat’ Plan Support Tech referred me to the 123.hp.com link. After approximately 30 minutes of trying to work with the Support Tech at the 123.hp.com link (Scott Lawrence), who was not in the United States, I was told that for $99.99, I would be connected to Support Tech at a higher level. I chose to decline that offer. I have used HP products – both desktop computers and printers over the years, and I currently own an HP laptop that I purchased about two year ago, and have for the most part considered Hewlett-Packard an exceptional company geared to the consumer of its products. The situation I am currently experiencing it certainly not endearing me to want to purchase Hewlett-Packard products in the future. I would attach ‘proof’ documentation, if there was a way to attach them to this message.

     
  • Charles Proctor says:

    Waited two hours on phone for customer service. Finally gave up. Will return printed I purchased tomorrow

     
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