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The Many Languages of HP Enterprise Services

Conversations around globalization picked up in the late 90s and early 2000s as technology spread, communication increased, and barriers melted away. Books, such as Thomas Friedman’s The World is Flat, propagated the conversation of a global economy and what it meant—outsourcing, work flow, efficiencies, and more. 

                                                                                                                                

Now let’s take a look at where we are at today. Multinational companies can work all the more seamlessly when embracing trends of the New Style of IT.  According to a BBC NEWS report on Globalization, “… more recently, virtual companies have outsourced their production to other firms around the world. These use the Internet to manage their global supply chain, or their IT services, like billing.”

 

HP Enterprise Services knows global organizations need a global IT partner—one that not only understands the complexity of doing business in various markets around the world, but a partner that also has first-hand experience working on an international scale.

 

Take a look at the map below to see how HP Enterprise Services are delivering on a global scale:

 

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In addition to our global solutions, HP Enterprise Services is working to deliver content and insight in more languages. 

 

Just this week, the Business Value Exchange, an HP-sponsored site, launched in FOUR new languages:

Take a look at this video to see how keeping up with the Business Value Exchange will drive your IT innovation:

 

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