Microsoft Corporation and HP have built on their 30-year strategic partnership by teaming up to help organisations quickly deliver differentiated products and create new revenue through mobile, Web and social channels.
This partnership enables HP’s Business Process as-a-Service (BPaaS) solutions for Microsoft Dynamics and targets the automotive, public sector and financial services industries.
HP and Microsoft will be creating an extensive portfolio of business process accelerators that include case management, social benefits administration, citizen services, banking transformation, loan process transformation, and automotive aftersales customer experience management.
The HP Business Process as-a-Service solutions will be optimised to run on the HP Helion managed virtual private Cloud platform, possibly providing faster deployment times and recognition of revenue for businesses.
HP said, in a statement, that the main aim of this deal is to provide organisations with rapid, industry-tailored solutions that allow them to deliver digital, mobile and social interactions with the customers and citizens they serve.
HP’s Microsoft Business Applications and Enterprise Services director and general manager, Anthone Withers, said these customers and citizens expect their interaction with businesses and government entities to be easy, personal and fast.
“No trend has impacted business and government as much or as quickly as the drive to digital. This partnership will help deliver these experiences by allowing organisations to rapidly modernise their legacy applications, get to market quickly and increase their competitive differentiation,” he said.
These solutions are available worldwide and will be priced based on consumption-based models or fixed cost per product or service based on the specific needs of the business.
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