Dion Wiesler quickly rose to CEO of HP Inc. in just three years. Wiesler has extensive experience in the PC, holding positions in Acer and Lenovo before moving to HP in 2012 as head of its Asia-Pacific and Japan Printing Systems and personal.

When the company known as “HP” was split into two publicly traded companies, Hewlett-Packard Company and HP Inc., which was drawn up. A strong advocate of technological innovation, Wiesler is confident his business will drive innovation in the digital sector, despite a decline in PC sales.

About his plans for the future of HP Inc.:

We are very pleased with the work we do with our commodity .. But we are very excited about the categories that are created, and 3-D printing is an incredible part of it. It is part of a supplement to a range of products, but we believe we have the ability to access a manufacturing industry of $ 12 billion, which is very exciting.

Wiesler speaks of the economic implications of the 3-D printing:

We believe it is really democratize manufacturing. Manufacture of today usually occurs in remote locations, and it costs a lot of inventory, storage costs, capital costs all are equal, allowing it to move much closer to production where your customers are.

Thus, companies like Nike, BMW, and Johnson & Johnson are working with us as a close technology partners and how you can build innovative products where complexity is essentially free … and bring innovative products to market.

In the life of the PC market:

PC and printing are mature categories, but there is still a market of $ 415 billion. I do not think that computers are each going to disappear, people will still have to interact with their digital worlds.

But we will create new categories. calculation immersion, the ways in which it relates to their PC, take things in the physical world, having them in the digital world, change and manipulate, then with the 3-D printing to bring the physical world.