What is Pointnext Services?
HPE Pointnext Services definition
Specifically, HPE Pointnext Services advises clients on IT strategy to transform hybrid cloud environments, take advantage of AI and innovate at the edge. IT experts design and build IT solutions with the latest software-defined technology and help businesses operate and optimise their environments across hybrid cloud and traditional IT, removing the heavy lifting of running IT so it can be consumed as a service. Using HPE’s ecosystem of partners, HPE Pointnext Services closes the people-skills gap by offering unbiased choice and expertise on how to succeed with digital initiatives.
Why do businesses choose HPE Pointnext Services?
When businesses don’t adapt to new data sources, business models and threats, they can’t compete. Digital transformation hinges on being flexible – always staying ahead of what's next. With our heritage and strength in infrastructure/technology, partner ecosystems and the end-to-end lifecycle experience, HPE Pointnext Services provides powerful, scalable IT solutions. With decades of experience helping organisations transform, support and operate their IT, our expertise is at the sweet spot where business meets technology. And as the leader in as-a-service approach, we help organisations take advantage of cloud economics with agility and scalability and a pay-for-what-you-use model.
HPE Pointnext Services assists businesses by modernising their IT, helping them transform to an as-a-service delivery model and efficiently operate and consume IT. Its approach is:
- Edge-centric – HPE Pointnext Services creates new opportunities for differentiation through a continuous stream of data and insights from edge to cloud to core.
- Data-driven – HPE Pointnext Services enables its customers to deliver insights and automate actions with artificial intelligence and unified big data and analytics.
- Cloud-enabled – HPE Pointnext Services help businesses simplify hybrid cloud by figuring out the optimal placement of their workloads, moving those workloads, and managing their public and private cloud infrastructures.