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Pierre Mirlesse, Vice President, Managed Enterprise Solutions, Imaging & Printing Group, Hewlett-Packard Asia Pacific inaugurating the HP Enterprise Printing Experience Centre in Bangalore, June 7 2011
 
 
HP creates Experience Centre in Bangalore for Enterprise printing

Imaging and Printing solutions leader, Hewlett Packard has created an Enterprise Solutions Experience Centre in its Bangalore, the first such facility in India.

The Centre simulates real-world work environments with HP’s latest innovation in printing solutions and also features solutions demos by HP and partners from the Business Partner Program. It will provide enterprise buyers with an opportunity to experience and interact with the latest HP Managed Printing Services products and solutions, explained Pierre Mirlesse, Vice President, Managed Enterprise Solutions, Imaging & Printing Group, Hewlett-Packard Asia Pacific and Japan, while inaugurating the Centre on June 7.

“The cloud enabled instant-on enterprise comes to life at this center where our customers can now experience the benefits of an optimised environment and visualise the power of the latest in workflow solutions”, he added.
Nitin Hiranandani, HP Asia-Pac/Japan’s Director, Managed Enterprise Solutions detailed some of HP’s solutions being showcased like Kafax -- information capture from scanned forms ; printer fleet management with WebJetAdmin and the enterprise document automation solution, Ex-Stream
In other announcements, HP showcased HP ePrint for Enterprise which enables secure cloud –based mobile printing by on-the-move users, from any HP webOS device, Blackberry, iPhone and Android devices to any networked enterprise printer or thousands of HP ePrint Mobile Print locations.
Also launched were two enterprise printers:the HP LaserJet Enterprise M4555 MFP series - a mono MFP and the HP Officejet Pro 8000 Enterprise printer which promises prints at half the cost and consuming half the energy of a colour laser.
The company is vigorously addressing the market for managed printing services (MPS) which has earned it 3000 clients worldwide. In the Asia-Pacific region, the Indian market for MPS ranks after Australia and China.
June 8 2011