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HP’s Sue Arthur nominated for StateScoop Award

2igzeL_50-statescoop-VOTE-250x300.pngHealthcare reform is among the hottest domestic topics in the U.S. Each state is dealing differently in its approach to expand healthcare coverage, while maintaining quality service delivery. But a common thread for states to better address the needs of their citizens is IT.

 

From mobile technologies to Medicaid payments, HP U.S. Health & Life Sciences is actively working with state clients to make sure they have the technology in place to meet their short-term and long-term objectives.

 

Leading this initiative is Sue Arthur, Vice President and General Manager of the HP Enterprise Services U.S. Health & Life Sciences Industry. Read why HP is among the top IT providers for healthcare, as well as why Sue has been nominated for a major award from a leading industry news organization—StateScoop.

Making the most of retail analytics

124579-Consumer__Spri_selected-pages.pngIn retail, there’s no shortage of data. The challenge isn’t finding data, but gleaning actionable information that will increase profitability. Using information to increase operational efficiency has been a goal for years, but the new frontier is a better understanding of the consumer for improved delivery on the brand promise.

 

While the focus on operational efficiency remains, there are new opportunities to use Big Data analytics to monetize retail data. In order to better understand these opportunities, we recently spoke with Cindy J. Rogers, Principal Consultant, Retail Industry Analytics and Data Management, Strategy Services for HP. 

Building hospitality brand loyalty through IM&A

HPB20242_Hospitality_Cover-309x400_noblack.pngLike many other industries, the hospitality industry is dealing with increases in the volume, velocity, variety, and value of gathered data. There’s simply too much information in too many places for companies to make educated  decisions as quickly as possible. Hospitality businesses participate in a variety of social media portals, capture customer data from numerous sources, and offer their products through a variety of distribution channels. The challenge, however, is in developing a multichannel integration platform that can transform this data into insights that help hospitality vendors run their businesses more effectively.

 

For a better understanding of the Big Data challenges in the Hospitality industry, we sat down with Bruce Moore, Application Services Executive, U.S. Consumer and Transportation Industry of HP Enterprise Services. Here’s what he had to say.

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