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Displaying articles for: February 2014

Customer Success Corner...How EVRY enabled 10,000 people on HP ITSM

I know that hearing from our fellow customers that you’re not alone with the challenges you face, and gaining advice on how to resolve them, is the most helpful insight I can give you. So I’m excited today to talk about the education needs of EVRY – Norway’s largest IT company – and to share a case study about how it’s cutting the cost of its enablement program while helping its people do more...

 

A new year…a new perspective in software education

I can’t believe it has been this long since my last post…time is flying by since ringing in the 2014.  But one thing is clear to me based on chats with customers at HP Discover in December; I said in my last blog that we may see IT budgets rising in 2014...

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  • Dr. James Borderick presently operates as the World-Wide Innovation Program Manager and Big Data Portfolio Lead within HP Software Education, driving strategy and alignment to the wider Big Data story, whilst maintaining world-class customer satisfaction and net promoter scores.
  • This account is for guest bloggers. The blog post will identify the blogger.
  • Worldwide Snr. Product Manager for HP SW Adoption Readiness Tool (ART), Learning as a Service (LaaS) and Emerging Technologies.
  • Mary (@maryrasmussen_) is the worldwide product marketing manager for HP Software Education. She has 20+ years of product marketing, product management, and channel/alliances experience. Mary joined HP in 2010 from an early-stage SaaS company providing hosted messaging and mobility services. Mary has a BS in Computer Science and a MBA in Marketing.
  • Areas of expertise include project/portfolio management, software education and application lifecycle management
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