Rajiv Srivastava laughed as he shared a few light moments with one of the journalists he had invited for a select press briefing on August 26. The meeting, in a roof-top conference room at the Oberoi Hotel in New Delhi, was far quieter than the glitzy product launches the Hewlett-Packard top gun usually holds in large banquet halls. But the head of the technology giant’s printing and personal systems group in India was in a joyous mood. After all, HP had become No.1 in all eight categories of its personal computer and printer businesses in India for the first time in its history.
“There will be HP at the top selling premium and mass products, followed by others like Acer, Lenovo and Asus,” says Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO of technology consultancy Greyhound Research.
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