Woman in Tech of the Week (6/7/17)
Ana Pinczuk, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Pointnext, HPE
A company in transition, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. finds itself with double-digit declining revenues and a shrinking product line. As HPE Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman spins off companies to trim the company’s portfolio and center efforts on hybrid IT services, relying heavily on its partner ecosystem becomes an integral factor in sustaining what it calls a Service as a Service model.
In a big spinoff-merger one year ago, HPE merged its troubled Enterprise Services consulting business with its rival Computer Sciences Corp. to form end-to-end IT services company DXC Technology Co. In March of this year, launched HPE Pointnext to provide a “clear” strategy for its customers in the hybrid IT market.
During HPE Discover Ana Pinczuk, senior vice president and general manager, Pointnext, at HPE, discussed the company’s evolving enterprise efforts to focus on its new strategy, including Pointnext’s work in the enterprise.
“I’ve been calling it Experience as a Service, and it is Service as a Service or Outcome as a Service. In a sense, what the customer cares about is the value that they get out of that [service] you delivered to them,” Pinczuk told John Furrier (@furrier) and Dave Vellante (@dvellante), co-hosts of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s mobile live-streaming studio.
This week, theCUBE spotlights Ana Pinczuk in our Women In Tech feature.