SaaS soared at HP Discover Vienna 2011

So HP Discover is beginning to wrap up, the last hour of three days worth of presentations, meetings, demos and importantly, conversation. For the HP SaaS team, there was customer interest in all our solutions, most especially Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Business Service Management (BSM).

 

Presentations on these topics, led by Antoine Aymer and Chris DiStasio respectively, were well attended with interested participants asking many questions about how these solutions, delivered on SaaS, would play out in their environments.

 

The interest and enthusiasm for SaaS, and trust in HPs ability to deliver Software-as-a-Service, is very visible on the show floor. We expect to be talking to many partners and enterprises in the coming weeks to both explore new initial implementations of HP Software on HP SaaS, as well as working with existing HP customers about leveraging SaaS services around existing licenses.  We would like to help them increase user adoption while reducing the resources required to operate and maintain the solutions.

 

For HP Discover – Vienna, this is the end. For HP Software-as-a-Service, it is only the beginning to what promises to be a very successful new year.

 

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Labels: ALM| BSM| HP Discover| SaaS
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