Jay Uribe Joins HP Enterprise Partner Advisory Council

San Antonio – Möbius Partners Enterprise Solutions, a data center solutions provider for large enterprise companies in Texas, today announced president and co-founder Jay Uribe has been selected to participate on HP’s Enterprise Partner Advisory Council.

According to HP, the objective of the Council is to have members actively engage in discussions and provide feedback and suggestions on a broad range of channel and business topics to HP’s executive management team. The Council discussions with HP executive management focus on developing, sharing and implementing best practices resulting in stronger and more successful partnerships.

“It’s an honor for me to be invited to join HP’s Enterprise Partner Advisory Council,” said Jay Uribe, president and co-founder of Möbius Partners. “We have been an HP partner for many years and we are thrilled to assist HP’s executive management team by providing our mindshare on topics related to the channel as well as the IT industry overall.”

The Council consists of 12 members, who each serve a two-year membership term. The Council members are selected by HP based on geography, market focus, revenue contribution and areas of investment. The Council conducts three face-to-face meetings annually and holds several conference calls throughout the course of the year.

About Möbius Partners
Based in San Antonio, Texas, with regional offices in Dallas and Houston, Möbius Partners is a value added reseller (VAR) and data center solutions provider. Möbius Partners’ highly qualified and certified sales staff and technical experts deliver services, hardware and software solutions that help IT professionals maximize the value of their data center investment and support the growth of their companies. More information about Möbius Partners is available at



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