Displaying articles for: 06-24-2012 - 06-30-2012
By PT Umphress, Enterprise Services Global Marketing
Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:
- Transform your AP processes to increase efficiency and cut costs
- Could 60 seconds change your view of Business Continuity Services forever?
- Controlling the costs of mobility - it's all about value!
- You’ve transformed your applications...NOW WHAT!?!
- Webinar – Leveraging emerging architectures to harness big data for business value
- Can Unified Communications Remove Barriers of Distance and Time?
- Will there be a day where the computers have all the answers?
- P&G Counts on HP from Production to Grocery Store Shelves
- Is it really strategic if our view of it changes so rapidly?
Last week I wrote about DreamWorks transforming their document workflow process. So much can be learned from the success of industry leaders, so I’m continuing the discussion by taking a deeper look at another global leader, L’Oréal. At L’Oréal, beauty is much more than skin deep. The world’s leading cosmetics company, L’Oréal also ranks among the 100 most sustainable and ethical companies in the world. Today the company operates in 130 countries, offering 23 brands ranging from renowned names such as Maybelline and Lancôme to pioneering newcomers like SkinCeuticals. L’Oréal’s vision for the future is as bright as its industry-defining past. The €20 billion company aims to double in size over the next 10 years by winning one billion new customers with products serving diverse consumers worldwide. Integral to this goal – indeed to the company’s very identity – is L’Oréal’s commitment to innovation, diversity and sustainability.
By Danette Hardin, Network Product Marketing Manager
When the biggest snow storm in 18 years hit London in early February 2009, flights were cancelled, mass transit stopped, and many employees throughout the city could not get to work, meaning most businesses were forced to shut down for days. For HP though, it was business as usual thanks to the company’s unified communications (UC) solution. Per Chris Coleman, EMEA Enterprise Cloud Services - Unified Communications Business Development for HP, “Our collaboration solutions enabled us to reschedule face-to-face meetings into web conferencing meetings, share applications, and utilize group document markup, all whilst working from home. Many companies were losing millions, but we didn’t skip a beat.”
How is HP Enterprise Services helping provide to P&G an “Always On” operating environment that enables the consumer-goods leader to keep products moving on time, from production all the way to shoppers’ carts in the retail store? Next stop, the cloud!