In the results announcement of 3Q, the CEO Meg Whitman announced that HPE is becoming “an organization smaller, with fewer lines of business and strategic priorities clear”.

Before the end of the year, HPE will cut about 10% of its global workforce, according to sources that have been cited Bloomberg. This will be around 5,000 employees in the set of 50,000 professionals that make up his current template.

The cuts will affect probably to workers in the U.S. and abroad, including directors, according to the sources. The company has made various rounds of layoffs since the breakup of HP, and CEO Meg Whitman took the helm in 2015.

In the announcement of financial results of the third quarter (3Q), Whitman announced to analysts that HPE is becoming “an organization smaller, with fewer lines of business and strategic priorities clear”. in Addition, the CEO highlighted the opportunity of “create an internal structure and an operating model that is more simple, agile and fast”.

Whitman said the company is benefiting from the growing demand in key areas of the business at the same time that it is eliminated the divisions will be less profitable.

earlier this month, HPE confirmed that he had completed the venta your software business.