Business Technology Optimization

Mansfield oil transforms its business with HPE

Provided by HPE

Category Business Technology Optimization

Type White Paper

Length 4

Publish Date October 23 2015

Date posted July 11 2016

Overview

Mansfield oil company, a national energy supplier was finding it difficult to manage the IBM environment and it was becoming increasingly time-consuming. After evaluating its workload requirements, the company decided to deploy HPE ProLiant Server Blades. This paper reveals how the oil company gained higher productivity levels and how its business has moved light years forward.

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