Lotus India Case Studies

Dr. Reddy's Laboratories was looking for a solution that would allow them to implement productivity enhancing applications and tools. They found their answer in the IBM Lotus suite of products.

HSIL was facing challenges with the outsourced e-mail solution that it was using. The company was looking for a solution that offered integration with its ERP system. HSIL found the answer in IBM Domino and Lotus Notes.

GE Shipping required an e-mail solution that offered zero downtime and higher mailbox capacity. IBM Domino® Server 8.5 and Lotus® Notes have ensured the company's employees remain connected 24/7, by way of exchanging emails with ships.

MRF Limited was looking for a communication platform that connected users across locations, and was user-friendly and secure. The company chose IBM Domino® Server 7.0 and Lotus® Notes.

CSS required a solution to tightly integrate 250 home-grown applications for various internal workflow activities. CSS upgraded to IBM Domino Server and Lotus Notes, and acquired Lotus Sametime and Lotus Quickr for unified communication and collaboration.

PAE was looking to standardize on a specific industry-standard office suite that would enable them to create complex documents, spreadsheets and presentation software. PAE zeroed in on IBM Lotus Symphony products that provided them all the features expected from a standard office productivity solution.

Daikin Airconditioning evaluated Microsoft Exchange before opting for Lotus portfolio of collaborative solutions. Several organizational functions such as internal data, approval process, leave management systems etc., have been covered under the implementation.

Nagarjuna Agrichem Limited was at an exciting phase of their growth. Manufacturers of plant nutrition and crop protection products, they planned to move their fences, to cover larger geographies and enter the global market. Communication was considered key to the plan. The Lotus portfolio of collaborative solutions integrated and enhanced the people interaction, maximizing their effectiveness and driving the expansion.

Moving to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino from Microsoft Exchange and Outlook reduced software licensing costs by about 50%. Apart from the obvious financial rewards, the solution gave Suntel a far more scalable, flexible and reliable solution.

To provide what would be an optimal replacement option for JILIT, IBM proposed Lotus Symphony as a solution. JILIT found user migration to Lotus Symphony to be quick and easy and observed an increased level of user comfort.


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