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Adapt, Evolve, Transform

DiscLV2014_EBC_loc_Image_Wht_RGB_72.pngThe first step in the evolution process is to gather data from the environment. Next, the facets that will help thrive in the environment are changed as adaptation occurs. This change is often a transformation for better performance. Rendering evolution – for the moment – complete.

 

The evolution of Business Process Services (BPS) and associated technology is no different.

 

Find out how you can evolve your business, using the HP Business Performance Analytics Tool, showcased at HP Discover.

Are you ready for the Business Performance Analytics Tool at HP Discover 2014?

iStock_000003129409Small_ for BPS blog1.jpgDo you remember the first few TV series that were set in the future – where the captain of a futuristic space ship took his crew to explore new worlds? More than the adventures themselves, we waited with bated breath to see how the captain would respond to new challenges.

 

If you hold a leadership position in a large organization, you must find yourself in a similar situation.

 

Read on and find out how the latest technology at HP Discover can help you control the future of your business.

Post-Retail event wrap-up: Analytics, customer experience, mobility dominate

woman_shopping_JPGHighres_300dpi_25pct.jpegThere was a lot of discussion coming out of retail’s biggest yearly event, the National Retail Federation (NRF)’s Annual Convention & Expo about some key technology drivers like analytics, supply chain collaboration, and mobility. Also known as “Retail’s BIG Show,” January 14-15 in New York City, the event hosts over 25,000 global retailers with representation from more than 80 countries.

 

We caught up with Amin Shahidi, HP Enterprise Services Vice President for Consumer and Retail Industries, afterwards, to get his thoughts on what was being discussed and what some of the impacts will be for the retail industry in the days and months to come.

Outsourcing Direct-to-Customer Interaction Activities Made Easier

BPO.jpgHP Enterprise Services today celebrated the expansion of the HP Fulfillment and Logistics Center located in Des Moines, Iowa, allowing retail, e-commerce and entertainment clients to more easily outsource their direct-to-customer interaction activities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held with Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad. Find out how the expansion will help make direct-to-customer interaction activities easier for HP clients.

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