Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Microsoft have released their Cloud Productivity and Mobility Solution Offerings (CPM) in Australia.
The solution looks to help organisations to better utilise Cloud, mobile, digital and industry applications for Windows 10.
HPE said the mixture of the Windows 10 platform with the capabilities of both vendors, results into a deeper play into mobility for enterprise customers.
The CPM solution will provide consulting services for Window 10 and pair HPE’s services with Microsoft platforms including Enterprise Mobility Suite, Dynamics Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Office 365, Skype for Business and Windows 10 for the Enterprise.
As part of CPM, HPE will use the Microsoft Cloud and mobility platform, extending its existing advisory and delivery capabilities through the Windows 10 ecosystem.
The solution also offers industry-specific vertical applications. The vendors currently have joint healthcare, automotive and financial applications deployed in client organisations and the new catalogue of Windows 10-based enterprise applications will expand to include retail, energy and transportation industries.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise general manager enterprise services and managing director South Pacific, Nick Wilson, said that Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft share a common vision for how Cloud, mobility, and industry solutions can be applied to deliver breakthroughs for their client.
Microsoft Corporation corporate vice president enterprise and partner group, Susan Hauser, added, “our partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to deliver Cloud productivity and mobility solutions will accelerate our customers transformation while enabling them to realise greater business value from Windows 10 and other Microsoft technologies.”