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HP expert explains BOSM (Business Outcome Service Mgmt) - VIDEO

Featuring Dr. Chris Nokkentved, Chief Technologist – Enterprise Services, Hewlett Packard Company

 

 

 

Everyone’s talking about Business Outcome Service Management (BOSM), but not everyone is clear as to what it really is and means for an enterprise.  In this video interview, HP Chief Technologist Dr. Chris Nokkentved clearly explains BOSM, the transformation processes, and how it can impact a company’s ability to make timely, collaborative and well-informed decisions that improves a company’s performance and effectiveness.

 

 

About Dr. Chris Nokkentved

Chris Nokkentved.jpgChris is HP Enterprise Services' global CTO for Enterprise Application Services focusing on Business Outcomes Service Mgmt., SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud innovation, and transformation programs for customers. He supports HP's global accounts on Outcomes Delivery, Hybrid Cloud for EAS, Industry Analytics, SAP PaaS, RDS, and Suite on HANA. Chris has a PhD and a M.Sc. in Business Administration and Computer Science from Copenhagen Business School and an MBA from the University of Texas.

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Gopi RaviKumar Namballa(anon) | ‎07-18-2014 06:53 AM

Worth listening to this.

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