Phil Davis
Managing Director APAC & Japan
Amazon Web Services

Phil DavisPhil Davis joined Amazon Web Services (AWS) in May 2020. Phil heads the commercial business across APAC and Japan, where he is responsible for the direction and vision of the company as it continues to expand its service portfolio in tandem with infrastructure growth.

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Phil leads a diverse team of builders passionate about helping hundreds of thousands ofregional customers across all segments and industry verticals, as they innovate and transform their businesses through themost secure, extensive and reliable cloud platform.

With more than 25 years of international experience at both large technology organizations and fast-moving startups, Philbrings insight and capability to the growing APAC and Japan customer base to help them harness the power of AWS, using the world’s broadest range of services, including compute, storage, databases, networking, analytics, robotics and machine learning.

Having lived and worked around the world, including spending almost a decade in Singapore, Phil is excited to be back in the region and delivering on Amazon’s guiding principles, particularly customer obsession and operational excellence. Heespecially enjoys working with customers and partners to learn about their business opportunities and challenges, and to helpthem deliver value to their customers.

Before joining AWS he was President of Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Hybrid IT business unit and Chief Sales Officer for the corporation and prior to that Dell where he was responsible for Dell’s Enterprise Solutions Group across APAC and Japan.

Outside of work, Phil is a keen photographer and often draws creative inspiration from his business travels. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering and minor in Communications from the California Polytechnic University, San LuisObispo in the U.S.

Champions of Change STEM

Phil Davis is a Member the Champions of Change STEM Group which was established in 2016 with support from the Australian Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda. The STEM group aim to achieve a significant and sustainable increase in the representation of women in leadership positions in STEM.