Returning software technology to a 5-star rating

Guest Post by Silvia Siqueria, WW Sr Product Marketing Mgr
HP Software – Performance Testing Solutions

 

It is amazing to see how technology is embedded into our lives—we use it for everything. Every day, I am surprised to see how many new fancy apps are released to help us in our day-to-day activities. My favorites are related to travel and retail (did someone say shoes?).

 

(BTW, would you download an application that has a bad rating or zero stars? Would you do business with a low-rated company? How the application is rated is now how we measure user satisfaction! Ratings are vital to the success of an app and a business in general. )

 

This change in how we use technology has also changed the way people relate to the organizations they do business with.  The true challenge lies with finding the best way to connect IT, business and the user so they can work successfully together in this competitive market.

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Fitting the pieces together to make a better puzzle 

 

As the time passes and technology evolves, IT needs to adapt to the new world changes and keep pace with user needs. IT started to focus on business value a while ago, but what’s next? Now business value means customer satisfaction. It is vital to focus on the new user of IT.

 

To deal with the pressures of the market, IT has been asked to deliver and maintain applications and services in a heartbeat—without a loss in quality. At HP Discover, we will have a keynote session that focuses on this trend of speed and quality delivered in a heartbeat. We will talk about reviewing the application and service lifecycle and how IT can adapt to the new user.

 

Turning around a negative client experience

 

kevin tucker.jpgIn this session, Kevin Tucker, Managing Director of Platform Engineering for United Airlines, will share how he identified issues that were affecting customer satisfaction related to their mobile apps.  Once the problem was discovered He created a plan of action and turned the problem around. The company went from a reactive to a proactive environment in just few months. The results were remarkable and they once again had a five-star rating!

 

I encourage you to attend this HP Software Keynote session, meet Kevin and learn from his experience. During the presentation he will share additional details of his challenges, his plan and how he achieved success. Matt Morgan - our Vice President for HP Software, Product Marketing - will join Kevin at this session and will showcase key HP solutions and how these solutions can help you and your organization to succeed.

 

HP Software keynote track Session TK3601: How the user is now the new center of IT

Wednesday, June 12th at 1:30 pm in Palazzo P

 

Featuring:

Kevin Tucker, Managing Director at United Airlines

Matt Morgan, Vice President, HP Software, Product Marketing

 

Note: Attend this session and enter to win an HP Envy. One HP Envy computer will be raffled in this session

 

Comments
Tobie Louw(anon) | ‎06-06-2013 05:21 PM
Looking forward to it!
Guy Belliveau(anon) | ‎06-07-2013 10:42 AM

Hi, what is the tool that allowed Kevin Tucker to identify the customer issues his organization was experiencing?

Carlyn(anon) | ‎07-09-2013 02:03 PM

It's very important that you find the right IT support provider that you can work hand in hand on a daily basis.  Someone that is flexible, reliable, transparent and adaptive of the latest technological trends and innovations.  

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