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HP Empowers Gujarat Students with Gujarat Flood IT Project

Hewlett-Packard continues its focus on increasing superior technology access and digital knowledge across India, as it proudly partners with the Gujarat Urban Bank Co-operative Banks Federation (GUBCBF) for the second phase of the 'Flood IT' project. Students in Gujarat from KG to PG can now receive great discount on the market price of an HP personal computer as part of this latest scheme and will also be eligible for interest-free loans for the purchase of these devices.

HP was one of the largest sellers during the Phase I of Gujarat Flood IT in 2009-10 which demonstrates HP’s commitment to driving innovation that best suits India’s NextGen’s technology and mobility needs.

HP is offering products such as Pavilion Desktops, Omni AiOs, HP 2000 and HP Pavilion g Notebooks.

HP Pavilion g Series Notebooks - The HP Pavilion g series offers just the right choices for speed, graphics, and storage that makes everyday computing very easy. With superior processor and long lasting battery life it acts as a perfect computing device for students.

HP Omni AiO Desktops – HP Omni AiO Desktop offers is easy to set up; the minimalist design and one-wire setup reduces clutter, for a stylish workplace or home.

HP Pavilion P Series Desktops - The all-new, simplified design features of HP Pavilion Desktops offer clean lines and carefully calculated space configuration so that it fits neatly into just about any workspace. With the built-in Vision Technology, one can get super-sharp photos, and smooth and vivid HD video playback—all while saving energy.

As per HPs strategy, this project is also done through channel partners all across Gujarat by unique business model so that each and every channel partner can participate.

HP has widest service and support system in Gujarat with 24 service centres spread across cities providing first-rate service experience.

According to a study by Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) on Flood I-T project, 145 cooperative banks and 100 cooperative societies had participated in this initiative in 2009-10. Due to this project, computer sales in Gujarat increased by almost 30 percent and an estimated number of 1,00,000 students benefitted as per the case study by IIM Ahmedabad.

The Flood I-T project has already benefitted more than 250,000 students across India from 200 educational institutes.

30-Apr-2013 17:11:18
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