HPE India

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HP is one com­pany that is trans­form­ing and tran­si­tion­ing by the day. Hav­ing split into two in­de­pen­dent en­ti­tiesHP Inc. and HPE in 2015, the com­pany over­all is mak­ing con­certed ef­forts to carve a niche in the ever-chang­ing mar­ket­place. Af­ter selling its ser­vices busi­ness to CSC, there was a per­cep­tion in the mar­ket that HPE has to­tally ex­ited the ser­vices busi­ness. To put that per­cep­tion to rest, HPE launched a new tech­nol­ogy ser­vices or­ga­ni­za­tion by end of the fis­cal called Point­next. With Point­next, HPE is look­ing at ac­cel­er­at­ing its dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion play and has­ten hy­brid cloud man­dates.

So if one looks at HPE’s play in India right now, com­pany sources say that it has a strong pres­ence in the BFSI sec­tor with most of the lead­ing banks in the coun­try run­ning on HPE plat­form. Re­cently, HPE has suc­cess­fully con­cluded a 2 bil­lion bank ac­counts bench­mark­ing ac­tiv­ity on HPE Mis­sion Crit­i­cal x86 plat­form for one of the largest banks in the world. This per­haps is the largest bench­mark­ing of its kind.

The com­pany says that it has suc­cess­fully pro­vided some of the top banks in the coun­try with ro­bust so­lu­tions like net­work layer se­cu­rity and com­plex data man­age­ment plat­forms.

Glob­ally, it is very strong in the telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions in­dus­try and has repli­cated the same strat­egy in India by ex­e­cut­ing mul­ti­ple projects for var­i­ous tel­cos in the coun­try. One of the top 3 tel­cos has im­ple­mented its stor­age tech­nol­ogy to track cus­tomer be­hav­ior in terms of re­sponse time. Ad­di­tion­ally, HPE is also work­ing closely with some of the es­tab­lished and emerg­ing ser­vice providers to en­able them to pur­sue a cloud busi­ness model and pro­vide IT so­lu­tions to a large num­ber of busi­nesses across the coun­try.

In the man­u­fac­tur­ing ver­ti­cal, HPE is work­ing with one of the top three com­mer­cial ve­hi­cle man­u­fac­tur­ers that chose to mod­ern­ize their ERP ap­pli­ca­tion land­scape us­ing HPE Syn­ergy – its com­pos­able in­fra­struc­ture plat­form.

In this back­drop, HPE’s aim is to be a tech­nol­ogy part­ner to many such or­ga­ni­za­tions – from very large banks to the cut­ting-edge fin-tech play­ers, to the large tel­cos, to in­no­va­tive VAS play­ers.

In the Smart Cities space, the com­pany says it is com­mit­ted to help­ing var­i­ous cen­tral and state gov­ern­ment de­part­ments and agen­cies lever­age cut­ting-edge in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy to im­prove the qual­ity of life for ev­ery In­dian cit­i­zen. For in­stance, the com­pany con­tin­ues to part­ner with var­i­ous state govern­ments and health­care in­sti­tu­tions to set-up HPE eHealth Cen­tres (eHCs) across the coun­try, which are de­signed to ad­dress the need for af­ford­able health­care in emerg­ing cities. On the NSM front, the com­pany is aligned with the pro­ject’s ob­jec­tives and will work to pro­vide com­pre­hen­sive value-based so­lu­tions in or­der to meet the gov­ern­ment’s am­bi­tious su­per­com­put­ing plans to build world-class and ro­bust tech­nol­ogy plat­forms.

—SOM SATSANGI VP & GM and MD HPE India

Source: DQ es­ti­mates rev­enue (`crore)

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