To study the induction initiatives of different business units in HP
HP delivers vital technology for business and life. The company’s solutions span ITinfrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services and printing for consumers, enterprises, small and medium business.HP’s $4 billion annual R&D investment fuels the invention of products, solutions and newtechnologies, so that we can better serve customers and enter new markets. HP invents,engineers and delivers technology solutions that drive business value, create social valueand improves the lives of the customers.The 2002 merger with Compaq Computer Corporation forged a dynamic, powerful team of 140,000 employees with capabilities in 178 countries doing business in more than 40currencies and more than 10 languages.
HP IN ASIA PACIFIC
HP established a presence in Asia Pacific in 1963 when the first office was set up in Japan.Today it has more than 36,000 employees in this region with operations in 14 countriesnamely Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malasia, NewZealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.A network of 20 solution centers provide enterprise customers and partners at HP with anavenue to test, benchmark, and carry out proof of concepts on proposed solutions. Thesecenters provide direct and remote access to a full range of HP hardware, software, andengineering skills, offering a first hand experience on how infrastructure and partner solutions work together.In addition, there are 158 customer service centers in Asia Pacific, providing warranty andafter sales support of HP technologies.HP’s presence in the region also consists of 12 manufacturing sites located acrossAustralia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. HP manufactures thefollowing products in Asia Pacific for the global market: PCs, notebooks, pocket PCs,