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HP brings highly-targeted mobility products for top verticals

By Digital Edge Bureau, 02.04.2015, 17:59
 
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(L-R) Rajiv Srivastava, VP & GM, Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) Group, HP India and Ketan Patel, Director, Computing Category, PPS, HP India, launching the enterprise mobility devices in New Delhi

Of late many of the business verticals in India have reasonably matured, which in turn, tend to adopt more of sophisticated IT systems & solutions. In fact, some of them like BFSI, manufacturing, healthcare, retails, government and even education sector heavily invest in building core IT infrastructure and deploying quality access devices including tablets and notebooks. These verticals also show great traction towards evolved manifestations of enterprise mobility solutions, which get hugely buttressed by could computing provisions. Firms and business houses can get easy access to specialized software applications like ERP, SCM, BI, and other business applications anytime, anywhere using mobile devices.
It is this changing scenario which has made a technology leader like HP to design, develop and manufacture very specific mobile devices for enabling some of the leading verticals execute their tasks more easily and efficiently. And now, the company comes out with a slew of specific products—purpose-built mobility devices—specific to business verticals like BFSI, retails, manufacturing, healthcare and education in the Indian market. These new devices include HP Pro Slate 8 and HP Pro Slate 12 commercial-grade tablets; HP Elite x2 1011 G1 hybrid tablet-notebook; HP Pro Tablet 10 EE and HP Pro Slate 10 EE tablets; HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 tablets; HP ElitePad 1000 G2 Healthcare tablet; HP ElitePad 1000 G2 rugged tablet; and HP EliteBook Folio 1020 business-class notebook, which is boasted as the lighted weight business notebook ever built in the global marketplace.
“We’ve entered a new phase where different types of business verticals require specifically designed and enabled mobile devices. So, conscious of this ongoing market transformation, we’ve come out with very sophisticated enterprise mobility products in the Indian market”, says Rajiv Srivastava, VP & GM, Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) Group, HP India.
“Mobile devices are changing how we live and work, and they pose significant challenges to IT departments who have to support their now mobile workforces while keeping corporate data managed and secure. Our devices feature built-in security, manageability, and durability packaged in innovative, stylish designs that end users crave. When paired with our ISVs’ robust solutions, HP has created an ecosystem that helps companies powerfully and securely harness the promise of mobility”, says Ketan Patel, Director, Computing Category, PPS, HP India.
If we talk of HP ElitePad 1000 G2 Healthcare tablet, this product can prove to be very handy and efficient for doctors and nursing staff of hospitals who need to have perpetual access to information about patients.The durable and lightweight solution has an antimicrobial treatment to protect the product, can be cleaned easily, and meets IP 54 specifications. Deployable in any clinical environment, the tablet helps reduce the risk of medical errors by using the 2D barcode reader to validate personnel, patients, and catalog and administrate medication.
While, HP ElitePad 1000 G2 rugged tablet is an ideal solution both in and out of the office for mobile workers in manufacturing or in-field environments. The device is IP 65 rated for water and dust and MIL-STD 810 testing, carries up to 20 hours of battery life, and a 2D barcode reader to quickly access information. Also, HP Retail Case for ElitePad offers retailers a versatile mobile and fixed POS solution for their employees, with two built-in cradle areas for mounting payment devices and the ability to dock to existing POS solutions. The new solution’s design features hand and shoulder straps, giving retail store operators an easier and more comfortable way to access inventory and product availability, as well as improving the checkout experience. The HP Retail Case for ElitePad also allows retailers to physically attach a mobile payment device (PED or PIN entry device) of choice to the case from vendors like Ingenico, Verifone, AnywhereCommerce, and PayPal and accept a range of payments such as EMV, NFC, MSR, and most digital wallets.
As these newly launch products would be part of wider IT solution architecture for different verticals, HP maintains institutionalized relationships with some of the leading software applications companies and a host of ISVs (independent software vendors) in the country inckduing Cerner, SAP and Intergraph. The company also engages HP Enterprise Services (ES) for delivering integrated mobility business solutions.

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