Turk Nippon Leverages HPE GreenLake

June 23, 2022

ISTANBUL, June 23, 2022 — Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced that Turk Nippon Insurance has future-proofed its IT infrastructure with the HPE GreenLake edge to cloud platform. After delivering insurance services for over 20 years, the company turned to HPE GreenLake to initiate a data-first modernization strategy to accelerate innovation and deliver superior customer experiences.

Turk Nippon Insurance was established in 1991 under the partnership of the Development Bank of Turkey and Nippon Fire & Marine Insurance and in 2008, it merged with the Harel Group, the largest insurance group in Israel. It became increasingly clear to the company that maintaining their aging legacy system was taking up a significant proportion of their IT budget. Additionally, the old IT environment no longer supported the company’s modern applications, and over time, it became more vulnerable to failures and therefore they needed to embark on an upgrade and modernization of their technology environment.

“It is simply impossible to compete in the market when you have jumbled workflows and slow systems that are prone to error,” said Bahadır Gürgen, Information Security and System Infrastructure Manager at Turk Nippon Insurance. “By adopting HPE GreenLake, we’re not only modernizing our IT infrastructure for today but are signing up for a regular technology refresh to ensure we keep up with the demands of the business and meet the needs of our customers.”

Besides boosting the company’s operational performance by 75%, HPE GreenLake platform provided Turk Nippon Insurance with a unified operating experience that helped the company simplify and facilitate the IT infrastructure management. The acceleration of software projects enabled the organization to free up its resources and provide faster response to the growing consumer demands for personalized services. Additionally, HPE GreenLake delivered seamless support for modern business and database applications, reducing poor data handling errors, saving the business precious time and costs of rectifying data errors.

“Turk Nippon Insurance knew that in order to compete in the market, they must adopt advanced technology that will win today and be ready for tomorrow,” said Cesminaz Demir, Account Manager at HPE. “As well as modernizing their existing environment, HPE GreenLake allowed Turk Nippon to avoid a large up-front investment and pay only for the resources they consume in a pay-per-use model. The flexible model also provides the company with on-demand IT scalability, adjusting to the lows and peaks of their yearly cycle.”

As part of HPE’s robust channel partner ecosystem for HPE GreenLake, BBS Enterprise provided extensive consulting and recommended the HPE GreenLake solution to support Turk Nippon Insurance’s needs. The HPE GreenLake solution runs on HPE SimpliVity, AI-driven hyperconverged architecture with machine learning analytics that delivers self-managing, self-optimizing, and self-healing infrastructure. The infrastructure also supports customer’s VMware virtualization solution designed for mission-critical enterprise computing.

“HPE GreenLake allows Turk Nippon Insurance to get faster access to the market, respond faster to the customers, make faster decisions, and get a return on investment – faster!” added Gökhan Kaya, Server, Storage and Cloud Solution Manager at BBS Enterprise.

About HPE GreenLake

The HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform enables customers to accelerate data-first modernization and provides over 50 cloud services that can run on-premises, at the edge, in a colocation facility, and in the public cloud. In Q2 2022, HPE reported Annual Recurring Revenue of $829 million and as-a-service orders growth of 107 percent year-over-year. HPE GreenLake has over 1,600 enterprise customers consuming cloud services today, and over 120,000 users of the platform. The scalable, pay-as-you go HPE GreenLake platform also delivers robust security, compliance, and control, and supports a broad partner ecosystem – including channel partners, distributors, independent software vendors, public cloud providers, service providers, and system integrators. For more information on HPE GreenLake, please visit: https://www.hpe.com/us/en/greenlake.html.

About Turk Nippon Insurance

Türk Nippon Insurance has been offering insurance services since 2008 with a dynamic and professional team and the support of the Harel Group. Türk Nippon Insurance aims to provide honest and reliable insurance offerings, maximum benefits, and strong customer satisfaction by seeking to meet customers’ needs and expectation with a high-quality service and uncompromising principles.

About Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) is the global edge-to-cloud company that helps organizations accelerate outcomes by unlocking value from all of their data, everywhere. Built on decades of reimagining the future and innovating to advance the way people live and work, HPE delivers unique, open and intelligent technology solutions as a service.  With offerings spanning Cloud Services, Compute, High Performance Computing & AI, Intelligent Edge, Software, and Storage, HPE provides a consistent experience across all clouds and edges, helping customers develop new business models, engage in new ways, and increase operational performance. For more information, visit: www.hpe.com.


Source: HPE

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