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HP offers device-as-a-service programme for Indian businesses

HP DaaS incorporates services, support and eventual disposal as part of one overall services agreement.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: January 22, 2016 12:01:40 pm
HP, HP India, Device-as-a-service, DaaS, HP PC, enterprise, business technology, laptops, technology news HP DaaS incorporates services, support and eventual disposal as part of one overall services agreement.

The scheme lets enterprises pay one price per seat on a monthly basis over a three or four year period for use of PCs. They also get customised services and support from HP, including PC configuration and software installation, onsite break-fix and data migration along with the ability to upgrade to the latest HP devices for subsequent contract periods.

Rajiv Srivastava, managing director, HP Inc, India said the company’s services and solutions grow with enterprises and organisations, enabling them to leapfrog whole technologies, connect across geographies in India and even global markets. “As the final touch-point to their customer and employee, the right device is just the start. It’s about how you manage that device, ensuring flexibility, integrating the right application and keeping it secure till it’s replaced.”

HP DaaS was first implemented with Maruti Suzuki in India, with a focus on empowering their sales force with tablets that come with interactive content and serve as an on-ramp for customer information.

HP DaaS incorporates services, support and eventual disposal as part of one overall services agreement. This is different from typical leasing agreements where PC acquisition, setup and maintenance are covered under separate contracts. This means organisations can enjoy more predictable annual costs and greater ease from having to manage just one contract during their entire PC lifecycle.

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