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Switching to outcome-based IT spending

IT leaders face the dilemma of choosing between the secure control of on-premises hardware and the cost-effective scalability of public cloud. HPE GreenLake solves this problem by bringing together an on-demand mix of hardware, software, and services through a simple pay-per-use model.
The Hybrid Workplace
Switch your focus to outcome-based IT through HPE GreenLake1 
65% faster time to value with more adaptable solutions. 
30% CapEx savings through a flexible, pay-per-use model. 
90% savings on professional services costs for maintenance, performance, and security. 
40% improvements in IT resources productivity through simplified IT operations.

At Viatek, we know how important it is to have the agility to deliver new outcomes, without long-term investment planning. Contact us today to begin driving the next generation of IT through outcome-based spending.

1 The Total Economic Impact™ Of HPE GreenLake Flex Capacity

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