Photo - Datin Lim Bee Wah, Country General Manager, Enterprise Services, HP Malaysia.
Technology solutions giant HP has extended its Microsoft Dynamics enterprise solutions portfolio to Malaysia as part of its integration of Arvato Systems' Microsoft Dynamics practice in Asia.
HP Malaysia country general manager, enterprise services, Datin Lim Bee Wah said there has been significant growth of Microsoft Dynamics services in Asia during the last 12 months.
Lim said HP has expanded its offshore Microsoft Dynamics capacity in India, China and the Philippines, and is now further enhancing its strong local capability by integrating the management and support of Arvato Systems' Microsoft Dynamics practice in Asia.
Under the terms of the agreement, employees of Arvato Systems' Microsoft Dynamics Practice in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand joined HP on April 1, she said.
"HP Enterprise Services delivers Applications, Cloud, Infrastructure and BPO solutions to hundreds of clients worldwide based on Microsoft Dynamics's application solutions," said Lim. "With our augmented capacity in Asia, combined with local market knowledge and language skills, we are even better positioned to deliver innovative solutions to benefit our customers."
Key industry verticals
Domain expertise and experience in key industry verticals has enabled HP Enterprise Services to build a strong portfolio of solutions that can be implemented rapidly, improving the time to value for customers, she said.
Microsoft Business Solutions vice president, Asia region, Adrian Johnston, said, "Microsoft continues to take market share in the enterprise with our Microsoft Dynamics business solutions. With HP consolidating its delivery resources, it is positioned well to take advantage of these opportunities and it becomes a key Microsoft Dynamics global system integrator in the region."
"The combination of software assets, strong domain expertise, analytics and as-a-service delivery models will increasingly allow traditional service providers like HP Enterprise Services to reinvent the way they deliver value to their clients," said analyst firm Forrester Research's vice president, principal analyst, serving sourcing and vendor management professionals, Frederic Giron.
"These offerings, increasingly delivered as a service and aligned to business outcomes, will help end-user organizations automate the management of interaction cases with clients, partners and employees," said Giron.
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