HP Emerged as Worldwide Leader with its Innovation in Mobile Applications Services
Hewlett-Packard, (NYSE: HPQ), a name to reckon in Information Technology since 1939 that has a market cap of $63.32 Billion, has been recognized as a leader in the MarketScape by IDC. The company has carved its name in Worldwide Mobile Application Development, Testing, Management and Infrastructure (mADTMI) Services 2014 in Vendor Assessment for its Mobile Applications Services. The report states HP's capabilities and forward-looking strategy is the reason to fetch the company this position. HP’s capabilities in Research & Development (R&D), financial management and functionality delivered were evaluated and it emerged victorious after an evaluation of 14 companies against 117 criteria.
This announcement brings into light the company’s commitment to meet customers’ expectations and goals for mobile applications services. With its full suite of mobile applications services, HP aims to aid the customer envision, plan, architect, design, build, integrate, test and manage mobile applications for a better enterprise. Customers also share high praise for HP's customer service capabilities, its widely diverse mobility and industry skill sets and its strong ability to deliver services ahead of schedule and under budget.
“Our goal is to enable customers on their journey to becoming a mobile enterprise centered on their users - offering mobile devices, infrastructure, networks, apps and service. At HP, mobility is a top priority, and our entrance as a leader into IDC’s Market Scape report is further confirmation that HP’s mobile applications services are highly innovative,” says Marshal Correia, Vice President & General Manager, Enterprise Services, HP India. Headquartered in Palo Alto, U.S., the company provides wide range of products & services in hardware and software to consumers.
Based on IDC analysis and customer perception, the key attributes which positioned HP as a leader was the dedication to R&D investment in mobile applications services. The revenue allocated to R&D, the services offered in mobile application development, testing, management, and infrastructure which is a blend of traditional and modern technologies that is cloud, native mobile app, and web also played important role. The balancing of technical capability across the mobile application life cycle enabled HP win for IDC’s functionality.