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Webcast VIDEO Replay: HP introduces new portfolio of Application Transformation solutions

Live webcast.jpgOn May 29, HP today announced a new portfolio of application transformation software and services solutions that supports organizations to deliver a rich user experience that attracts, engages and retains customers, citizens and employees—anywhere, anytime, from any device.

 

Click here:  Re-broadcast of May 29 webcast (VIDEO)

 

Applications are now the face of an organization. While traditional applications form the foundation of everything an enterprise does, they were not designed to connect customer and employee organizational resources with a simple, intuitive experience.

 

HP’s applications strategy is centered on delivering a simplified architecture that enables clients to create innovative and intuitive applications that easily integrate with their traditional and cloud-based environments. As a result, clients will reduce development costs, speed time to market for new applications, increase customer satisfaction and unlock new sources of revenue and innovation.

 

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icecube(anon) | ‎06-17-2013 01:13 PM

It was great to have re telecast of webcast. Hp u have done a great job. Thanks and good luck.

<a href="http://www.icecube.no/webcast"> webcast </a>

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