​HP and Microsoft to come together to provide digital solutions

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​HP and Microsoft to come together to provide digital solutions
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In another dynamic venture, HP has collaborated with Microsoft. Together, they will deliver solutions for the automotive, public sector and financial services industries and help organizations quickly deliver differentiated products and create new revenue through mobile, Web and social channels.

This builds on a 30-year strategic partnership where HP has built one of the largest and most comprehensive global Microsoft delivery capabilities and has repeatedly been awarded for delivery excellence and leadership.


HP Business Process as-a-Service (BPaaS) solutions for Microsoft Dynamics® provide organizations with rapid, industry-tailored solutions that allow them to deliver digital, mobile and social interactions with the customers and citizens they serve.

“Fulfilling customer and partner expectations is our number one priority, and in the new digital age, their expectations have evolved,” said Mathew George, chief manager (Petro Chemicals), Indian Oil. “Working with HP and their partner, Microsoft, has allowed us to transform our processes to improve customer interactions while lowering costs. We are now extending our work with HP and Microsoft to evolve and deliver a digital client-first experience that will continue to drive and ensure customer loyalty.”

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HP and Microsoft are building an extensive portfolio of business process accelerators to address industries’ most challenging business processes and are delivering them as Business Process as-a-Service solutions.

Customers and citizens expect their interaction with businesses and government entities to be easy, personal and fast.

The HP Business Process as-a-Service solutions are optimized to run on the HP Helion Managed Virtual Private Cloud platform, providing even faster deployment times and recognition of revenue for businesses. HP leverages the Microsoft Dynamics platform to offer consumption-based pricing models or fixed cost per product/service based on the specific needs of the business.

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