Benjamin Thatcher, Solutions Architect, Hewlett-Packard
Computer hardware; Computer software; IT services; IT consulting
Telerik® Kendo UI®; Telerik® DevCraft™
HP is a multinational technology company with more than 300,000 employees. It operates in hundreds of countries, offering a broad product portfolio of printing, personal systems, software, services and IT infrastructure hardware, software and services.
HP has a bring-your-own-device policy, which means the applications developed for internal use have to support almost every major mobile operating system, including Windows Phone, Android, iOS and the different versions of all those platforms. HP’s mobile apps for sales are used in more than 100 countries.
Benjamin Thatcher, Solutions Architect at HP, and his team selected Telerik Kendo UI framework to develop the multiplatform app its sales force needed. The combination of rich functionality and expert support provided by Telerik enabled the team to develop the app much faster than expected.
• Reduced time to market of new apps by 30 to 40 percent
• Enhanced existing apps with more functionality and visual appeal
• Smooth integration into existing AngularJS applications
• Ten percent increase in user satisfaction after deployment of the new mobile app
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