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HPE welcomes Mphasis to the Cloud28+ community

05 Feb 18

Bangalore-based IT services company Mphasis has joined HPE’s Cloud28+ community.

Cloud28+ will provide a digital platform for Mphasis' solutions and services in the cloud market place.

"Mphasis is thrilled to join Cloud28+'s trusted community to accelerate our X2C2TM framework that combines a unique formula of integrated cloud and cognitive technologies, providing agile digital innovation for our customers,” says Elango R, president, HPE Business Unit at Mphasis.

“This partnership enables a collaborative approach as we can showcase our deep domain expertise through our hyperpersonalized services and offerings."

"By leveraging Cloud28+'s unique online platform, we're able to establish new partnerships and build customer relations."

According to Mphasis, the Cloud28+ collaboration will benefit customers by offering:

  • Access to an extensive cloud services catalog, containing thousands of Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, and Software-as-a-Service offerings, as well as professional services, cloud software, and deployable apps
  • A go-to-market accelerator, allowing new go-to-market opportunities and return on investment for digital products and services
  • A custom service aggregator that federates offerings and partners linked to customer's industry or specific use cases

"Central to Cloud28+ is our focus on enabling learning and connections between customers and partners," adds Xavier Poisson Gouyou Beauchamps, vice president, Cloud28+ and Service Providers Worldwide, HPE.

"Having Mphasis' cloud and cognitive offerings, as well as their active participation in the community, will only enhance our ecosystem and ability to help people easily find the right, trusted solutions to match their business needs."

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