Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 01, 2009
The number 1 independent tire retailer tried, unsuccessfully, to build an online platform based on Windows. Ultimately, the company succeeded instead with a solution built with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Network Satellite, Apache, WebLogic, and IBM Lotus Domino Server.
This white paper reveals how K2 blackpearl can help make the challenge of rebuilding your business applications more manageable. Its visual, easy-to-use tools help ensure that you are not dependent on consultants or even your IT department to build apps.
Celina Insurance case study that shows cost reduction and increased productivity - faster, better service to agents and their customers due to integrated systems and real-time collaboration; being “easy to do business with” secures agent loyalty; 50 percent reduction in phone calls and costs due to instant messaging option, and 40 percent reduction in head count while maintaining the same volume of business due to streamlined processes.
Read the white paper to see how IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software empowers users to take action, create and share knowledge and collaborate with teams. And discover how this new kind of desktop application, leveraged from 20 years of leadership can help deliver an enhanced user experience, drive greater business value and boost IT performance.
In this white paper, you'll see how Lotus Notes 8.5 boosts bandwidth by storing one copy of attachments, rather than allowing duplicate via threads. You'll also discover how upgrading lets you elevate collaboration and enhance efficiency with tools that empower users to take action, create and share knowledge, and collaborate with teams.
Read this astounding case study to see how migrating to IBM Lotus software with a broadly functional messaging platform increased the efficiency and support of mobile users for the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Then you'll learn how your own business can improve communications, drive down costs and eliminate the need for additional Web software.
Despite the enormous market share that IBM Lotus Notes has earned since its release in 1989, many organizations are now finding that the combination of IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino no longer meets their needs. Many companies are migrating to other solutions, like Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft SharePoint, but they find that their business applications are a challenge because their IBM Lotus applications donít migrate: instead the applications have to be rebuilt in the new environment.
Nutra-Flo case study that shows cost reduction and increased productivity - team members can carry this capability with them on mobile devices, so they can stay connected with colleagues via instant messaging even when in the field. Lotus Sametime Web conferencing, Nutra-Flo can save travel costs to the Asia Pacific region. Web conferencing allows us to stay in touch with partners around the world without being there in person.
As a small to midsize business owner, you understand that in order to grow, you need to be able to communicate and collaborate with people, quickly and easily. But you have limited budgets and IT resources. You want security-rich solutions that will extend your assets, improve operating efficiencies and grow as your company grows. IBM offers you reliable solutions that can help you compete with your larger counterparts.
Published By: CommonTime
Published Date: Apr 02, 2008
Many companies that have already invested in IBM Lotus Domino/Notes for their business communications now look to achieve the business benefits that are delivered by mobility solutions. To address this challenge, CommonTime has partnered with Microsoft® to combine key elements our best-of-breed Lotus Domino/Notes mobility solution for Windows Mobile devices with Microsoft’s System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 (MDM).
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