Stuart Pann is the Chief Supply Chain Officer for HP Inc., a $52-billion business operating in more than 170 countries worldwide. HP’s supply chain delivers nearly 100 million products to customers each year through a sophisticated network of HP factories, ODM factories, and logistics providers. He also oversees social and environmental sustainability efforts tied directly to HP’s reputation and business growth.
In addition to his role leading the supply chain, Stuart has responsibility for HP’s global IT Innovation and Transformation team, as well as the IT Infrastructure and Operations team. These teams are leading HP’s largest digital transformation in its history.
Prior to joining HP in July 2014, Stuart served as Intel’s corporate vice president and general manager of the Business Management Group where he was responsible for pricing, revenue, and forecasting functions for Intel’s microprocessor and chipset operations. In addition, Stuart also co-managed the geographic operations teams for the Intel sales force and was responsible for order management and external facing supply chain programs. Stuart joined Intel in 1981 and held several management positions within the company’s sales organization before moving into an operations role in 1999 as the director of Microprocessor Marketing and Business Planning.
Stuart also served as co-general manager of the Customer Fulfillment, Planning and Logistics Group for Intel and co-managed Intel’s global supply chain and logistics network. His expertise includes short-term and long-term forecasting, pricing and supply strategies and corporate strategic planning processes, as well as performance benchmarking and competitive analyses.
Stuart has an MBA from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University.
He is based in Palo Alto, Ca.