Board Member at Groq
Stuart Pann is the Chief Supply Chain Officer for HP Inc., a $58-billion business operating in more than 170 countries worldwide. HP’s supply chain delivers over 100 million products to customers each year through a sophisticated network of HP factories, ODM factories and logistics providers. During 2018-2019 Pann was also responsible for HP’s IT function, a group of more than 1,300 IT professionals leading HP’s largest digital transformation in its history. Additionally, he oversees strategic alliances with key partners including Intel and Microsoft. He is also responsible for the company’s award-winning Sustainable Impact Program, a program that significantly contributed to HP’s number one ranking in Newsweek’s Most Responsible Companies in America list in 2019. During his tenure, HP successfully onboarded over $18B of annualized revenue onto SAP S/4 Hana, along with implementing new logistics systems and forecasting systems. He also played a significant role in HP’s $1B acquisition of Samsung’s printing business in 2017. Prior to joining HP in 2014, Pann served as Intel’s Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Business Management Group where he was responsible for pricing, revenue, planning and forecasting functions for Intel’s microprocessor and chipset operations. He joined Intel in 1981 and held several management positions within the company’s sales and operational organizations. Pann earned an MBA from the University of Michigan in 1993 and received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Michigan Technological University in 1981.