New HP's solutions village is talk of town

HP Services shows what it can do and what solutions it can offer in the Middle East.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 13, 2002

The HP Enterprise Solutions Village is busy demonstrating the solutions that HP is offering in the Middle East. The Village demonstrates the talents of HP Services, the company's consultancy and services arm.

HP Services is one of the largest service organisations in the world, with more than 65,000 professionals working in more than 160 countries. The Solutions Village is central to the new HP's considerable Gitex presence and live demonstrations are highlighting specific solutions relating to the finance, telecommunications, oil and gas and government sectors. The mobile content payment solution in partnership with Intel and Microsoft is a highlight in the telecommunications section. Visitors can also see customer relationship management (CRM) applications in action.

There is a total of sixteen solutions in the Village and HP OpenView Internet Usage Manager (IUM) software, the leading solution in the worldwide convergent mediation industry, is also on display.

"By offering solutions that actually simulate live applications that are running in enterprises throughout the Middle East we offer visitors to the HP stand a much more realistic experience of business critical applications than a simple showcase," says Joseph Hanania, general manager, HP Middle East.

The vendor is also pushing wireless and digital imaging solutions strongly at this year's show. Hanania adds, "We are showcasing a combined handheld PC that is GPRS-ready and a similar product with Arabic features.

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