||Kerakoll implemented Web@CRM from Tecla, an IBM Premier Business Partner. The solution, built on IBM® Lotus® and IBM Tivoli ®technologies, enables Kerakoll to give employees mobile access to central systems and data via their smartphones.
||13 May 2011
||Christian Brothers Services gains the benefits of greater collaboration and productivity using IBM Lotus Quickr, IBM Lotus Sametime and IBM Lotus Connections software to satisfy the needs of its telecommuting workforce and virtual member and vendor communities.
||07 May 2011
||By integrating systems onto a single IBM Power® footprint and implementing systems management capabilities from IBM, GHY brought all of its IT elements together onto a single platform. GHY was also able to move from two separate backup systems to just one, minimizing the exp...
||24 Feb 2011
||As a growing midsize business that continues to expand into new markets, VCC wanted to empower its project managers with real-time access to the critical information needed to service accounts, build relationships, retain profitable customers, collaborate with colleagues and...
||17 Jan 2011
||RACV engages IBM to develop a solution based on IBM Lotus Domino and Notes 8.5.1 that would provide its mobile staff with quick access to email (including attachments), calendar and address book
||30 Dec 2010
||Implementing a suite of IBM and IBM Business Partner GIS software solutions enabled the company to build global collaboration among customer support representatives, audio engineers and global experts.
||25 Oct 2010
||GIS, an IBM Premier Business Partner, helped Sennheiser deploy GIS Enterprise Project List, which leverages the service-oriented architecture capabilities of IBM WebSphere Portal to orchestrate existing components into a single portal.
||13 Oct 2010
||The Finnish Defence Forces are adopting Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony solution that improves useability, reachability and data security in the Defence Forces' voice communications in its operational command and control
||20 Sep 2010
||A community of IBM collaboration and messaging users improves communication and collaboration capabilities when it adopts IBM Lotus Connections and IBM Lotus Sametime software
||23 Aug 2010
||Terna needed ways to facilitate collaboration among remote employees and reduce travel costs. It wanted a solution that could authenticate, record and track phone calls within a control center to ensure security and comply with regulations. The company found a single, integr...
||09 Aug 2010
||A new security solution with document management and workflows helps ensure the integrity and immediate availability of information.
||04 Aug 2010
||Using a collaboration network based on IBM® Lotus Notes® and Lotus® Domino® software for messaging and workflows, with IBM Lotus Sametime® for real-time communications, the producers of the Zain Africa Challenge streamlined work that spanned the continent, improving producti...
||02 Aug 2010
||OCH Regional Medical Center deployed the IBM XIV Storage System, supporting its VMware virtualized environment and Tivoli management software. XIV provides centralized storage and management of all its data, including PACS, Allscripts and other healthcare applications, and d...
||14 Jul 2010
||Working with INOPI, an IBM Business Partner, Danske Fysioterapeuter created an online professional network based on IBM WebSphere Portal. The new portal provides access to email and live news feeds, IBM Lotus Sametime instant messaging, and IBM Lotus Quickr for file-sharing,...
||12 Jul 2010
||A trucking support services company in the United States increases collaboration while reducing costs when it implements a suite of IBM Lotus software solutions throughout its enterprise
||26 May 2010
||FIDM improves communication and connects users to critical information and applications with unified messaging through IBM Power Systems IP Telephony from 3Com and portals based on IBM WebSphere Portal Enable
||30 Apr 2010
||A city police department in the United States experiences 77 percent space savings when it upgrades to IBM Lotus Notes V8.5 software and implements IBM Lotus Domino Attachment and Object Store (DAOS) technology
||12 Apr 2010
||A leading integrated IT services provider in China further improved its agility and collaboration capabilities when it implemented a collaboration application framework based on IBM Lotus software, including IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino, Lotus Connections, Lotus Quickr a...
||11 Jan 2010
||A furniture store chain in the United States simplifies and speeds communication among its stores and headquarters when it implements IBM Lotus Sametime instant messaging software and builds an intranet portal on IBM WebSphere Portal Enable and IBM Workplace Web Content Mana...
||04 Dec 2009
||Metaware, an IBM Business Partner, helped La Vacanza integrate IBM Lotus Sametime instant messaging into its Web site – enabling staff to interact with customers online. The site is maintained via a user-friendly content management system built on IBM Lotus Notes and Domino.
||07 Aug 2009
||To introduce an IBM Lotus collaboration software suite consisting of IBM Lotus Connections, IBM Lotus Quickr and IBM Lotus Sametime software—and including integration into the SAP company portal and implementation of functional requirements in close coordination with IBM Lab...
||30 Apr 2009
||This compilation of case studies showcases IBM Business Partners and their customers in Europe speaking about their success with IBM software.
||22 Sep 2008
||Working with Open Logic, the University of London is implementing IBM WebSphere Portal to surface SITS:Vision applications and a suite of IBM Lotus software – providing online learning environments, email and administrative support via a simple Web interface. Secure single s...
||20 Aug 2008
||Celina Insurance Group needed to increase competitiveness against larger insurance carriers by integrating independent agents into business processes. An extranet based on IBM® Lotus and IBM DB2® software running on an IBM AS/400® server allowed them to create a collaborativ...
||22 Oct 2007
||Avnet needed to deliver services and information to help its suppliers and resellers become more responsive, yet remain flexible enough to adapt to their existing processes. Avnet teamed up with IBM Business Consulting Services to create Channel Connection.
||15 Jul 2004