Madison-Kipp Corporation (MKC), a producer of precision machined components and system subassemblies for transportation and industrial end markets, has gone Google and is pleased with the results. After running Lotus Notes for about 10 years, and previously Microsoft Outlook, the company selected Google.
“We looked at cost, complexity and overhead for the whole project,” said Manager of Information Systems, Jackie Giller. “We were paying upwards of $8K per year maintaining Lotus Notes and WebSphere. Going Google was most definitely a less costly maintenance solution. Looking at patching, clients, setting up users if they forgot passwords, and even mailbox sizes, Google seemed like the right solution in every way.”
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