Neeraj Tolmare

VP, Head of Digital Transformation & IT Applications
HP

Neeraj Tolmare leads the digital transformation teams across technology, marketing, sales, operations and ecommerce for HP. In this role, he is accountable for enabling HP’s end-to-end digital vision from lead / campaign management to quote-to-cash. In addition, Neeraj also drives the end user experience and product management for HP’s online properties. 

Prior to joining HP, Neeraj led the global web services and e-commerce business for Cisco’s consumer products division. In addition to broad experience in the global dot-com industry spanning all aspects of the business for both B2C and B2B operations, Neeraj also has an extensive background in mobility, demand generation, social media, technology implementation and enablement, web analytics and customer support. 

Neeraj has run several dot-com businesses along the entire user lifecycle experience as a P&L center, and has led global teams through large e-commerce platform implementations to deliver double digit growth metrics. 

In addition to a master’s degree in engineering, Neeraj also has an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.



08:20 Digital Transformation and the Evolving Role of Technology

Technology plays an ever increasing role in the day to day lives of consumers and customers; and its impact can be felt in every aspect of their life experiences. The dramatic increase in the speed and evolution of technology is forcing marketing executives to revisit how businesses and marketing organizations are structured for growth. The blurring line between the physical world and the digital world presents an entirely new modality.

Join Neeraj in this session as he discusses the pressing questions that marketing leadership needs to address and answer to stay relevant in today’s evolving digital landscape:

  • What talent is needed to support this evolving business model?

  • How will the changes and transformation impact the organizational infrastructure?

  • How can companies stay relevant thru this change?