HP Propel World Cup ready to kick-off at HP Discover

There are some monumental changes occurring in IT today. When it comes to service management there are three major focuses for these changes:

  • IT as a service broker
  • User experience in the age of customer-driven IT
  • Multi-supplier management 

 

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If these are important topics to you, I encourage you to attend the 2014 HP Propel world cup to learn more about them. The event will begin at HP Discover, on June 10 in Las Vegas.

 

We know that you want your IT to stay important and relevant for your business. Unfortunately when your line-of-businesses purchase diverse technologies without discussing it first with you it puts everyone at risk. To help keep up with the number of technologies, you may have tried to increase the number of external suppliers you have, but you could not manage it and there were no positive outcomes. You need HP Service Exchange.

Trying to manage multiple suppliers without Service Exchange is like trying to play soccer without a coach. It is impossible. To learn what HP Service Exchange is and how it can help you, plan on attending the Propel matches at HP Discover – we guarantee you will win each time and have a great time.

Here is the complete schedule of games for the 2014 HP Propel world cup at Discover, including kickoff times:

 

 Tuesday

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Wednesday

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Thursday

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Here is the brief overview of all the Propel plays.

BB3007 A single portal and service catalog for unified ITSM and cloud service management

Speakers: Vesna Soraic, HP; Amanda Roberts, HP

Today’s IT departments face more demands than ever. IT must continually control costs, while also accelerating delivery of new services, and managing an expanding and increasingly diverse IT supply chain. At the same time, enterprise users are becoming more demanding. They want relevant products and services delivered faster. They are empowered by cloud-based services that offer Always-On availability. And in some cases, they bypass IT and get their own services. IT needs solutions that will help them provide a consumerized online shopping experience—delivering the right services to the right people at the right time. Join us at this session to hear how HP Propel can help you:

  • Transform your IT organization into a true IT service broker
  • Enable rapid service delivery by providing self-service to your enterprise users
  • Identify the immediate impact of a fully-integrated services framework
  • Onramp these new capabilities for free, with no disruption to your current systems  

BB3334 Capabilities and technologies for the IT Service Broker within HP Propel

Speakers: Joseph Kim, HP; Stephane Maes, HP; Michael Yang, HP

Market and business pressures are forcing IT enterprises to transform into service brokers. As brokers of services for multiple systems and suppliers, IT enterprises must attain additional capabilities and technologies they lack today. In this session, you will learn the fundamental capabilities required for IT enterprises to become service brokers. You’ll also explore the technologies within HP Propel that enable this transition. And finally, you’ll find out about HP Propel’s technology roadmap.  

 

RT3381             HP Propel – On becoming an IT service broker

Speakers: Joseph Kim, HP; Michael Yang, HP

Technology is a key business advantage. To approach technology correctly, IT must become a service broker. In this session, we will discuss multi-sourcing and hybrid IT, the required operational model for IT, and how you can achieve your goal of becoming a “trusted IT service broker.” We will talk about how HP Propel’s unique services framework enables a one-stop shop for a consumer-like experience, as well as a service exchange for seamlessly onboarding internal and external service providers.  

 

DF4340             IT service Brokering – Overcoming the most important obstacles

Speakers: Ankit Desai, HP

As more businesses utilize SaaS and cloud vendors for IT-related services, it might appear that IT is fighting a losing battle. In this discussion forum we will discuss what needs to happen for IT to win again—and provide any service the business wants. Join us to discover what it takes to become a true service broker. 

 

DF3582             Get in synch: A Propel and Multi-supplier Integration Services discussion forum

Speakers: Arnie McKinnis, HP; Laurence Kung, HP; Sonya Hinds, HP; Doug Grittani, HP

Sync up your front and back offices. Attend this demo of Propel software—your one-stop portal for HP Multi-Supplier Integration Services—and learn how this portal can help you manage your supply chain.  

 

DF3117             Enabling IT as a service broker with the Service Catalog

Speaker: Felix Fernandez, HP PSO

Supplier sprawl is a reality. Today’s IT departments work with more suppliers than ever, with contracts increasing in volume, complexity, and importance to the business. Business users expect IT to deliver the same consumer experience they enjoy in their private lives—one-stop shop for all services, independent of whether the services are delivered internally or by a supplier. At the same time, the business demands agility to integrate new value-added services, many of them available from very specialized suppliers. This session will offer guidance and best practices to help you transform the Service Catalog to an enabler of IT as a service broker.   

 

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Vesna is the senior product marketing manager at HP Software. She has been with HP for 13 years in R&D, product management and product marke...
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