HP, SAP Team Up To Offer Mobility Solution
HP Enterprise Services has announced a new collaboration with SAP Asia Pacific Japan to deliver a mobile starter pack, which helps organizations in Asia Pacific and Japan create and manage mobile applications that improve employee productivity and generate new revenue opportunities.
Organizations across Asia Pacific and Japan recognise that mobility enables fast and efficient business operations from any location. However, many organizations are struggling to realise these business advantages because they do not have an effective solution for rapidly creating, managing and securing advanced mobile applications.
The HP Starter Pack for SAP Mobile Platform helps organizations quickly plan, build, secure and manage customised mobile applications according to their unique needs. The solution leverages SAP Mobile Platform and an extensive portfolio of HP Servers, HP ElitePad and HP Enterprise Services for rapid provisioning, scalability and security. This provides a proven, end-to-end mobile solution that assists organizations to interact seamlessly with customers, employees and partners on any device.
As part of the HP Starter Pack for SAP Mobile Platform, HP delivers a Mobility Opportunity Workshop (MOW) to help organizations visualise new systems of engagement through mobile channels, assess the SAP solution-based environment and mobile application architecture as well as create a mobile application strategy and roadmap. Additionally, HP works with clients to develop, integrate, test and implement pre- and custom-built mobile applications.
“To be successful, organizations across the region need to empower their employees with anytime, anywhere business operations that are fast, reliable and effective so that they can engage with customers in real-time,” said Sudhir Rao, Chief technologist, Enterprise Services, HP India, “By collaborating with SAP, we are leveraging our joint expertise in mobile technologies to help enterprises create advanced mobile applications that generate new business opportunities.”
“Empowering employees on the go remains a key priority for successful businesses across the region,” said Bronwyn Hastings, senior vice president, Ecosystem and Channels, SAP Asia Pacific Japan. “By leveraging the deep technology portfolio and integrated expertise of SAP and HP, organisations will be able to deliver advanced mobile applications that support their business goals,” he said.
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