ZAO Hewlett-Packard AO recently announced an agreement with the ROLF Group, a Russian importer of and retailer of cars, to migrate ROLF’s information technology and application infrastructure to an HP cloud environment. The migration of the firm’s IT and applications infrastructure will give its IT staff more flexibility in managing the technology infrastructure.
“Technology is the great enabler for retailers to connect with today’s consumers, who expect instant access,” said Vladimir Zaitsev, manager for HP Enterprise Services, Russia. “HP will provide modern, cost-effective, technologies delivered by a deeply experienced team to help ensure ROLF is able to focus on serving customers and expanding its business.”
The terms of the agreement require HP to transition ROLF’s email system and support for enterprise business applications – including its enterprise resource planning, corporate portals and email – to a private cloud. It will deliver Utility Services supporting ROLF’s migration to a private cloud and utility-based computing environment.