A Texas-sized e-mail decision goes to Domino

More good news....IBM announced last weekthe awarding of a state-widecontract for e-mail and collaboration in the State of Texas...Initially13 state agencies, representing 65,000 seats, signed a letter of intentto participate in this agreement and have been actively involved throughoutthe procurement process. ...We have created a new and repeatableapproach to the delivery of email solutions across state government andhave used DIR's purchasing volume to leverage the benefits to local governmentand education. This is a good deal for Texas," said Larry Olson, ChiefTechnology Officer for the State of Texas. The contractwill deploy Lotus Domino and other IBM Workplace family software on theback-end, and offer users a choice of Lotus Notes, Microsoft Outlook, orweb-based access to e-mail services.More coverage in the AustinAmerican-Statesman, which reports,"IBM beat out Electronic Data Systems Corp., Sun Microsystems Inc.and Microsoft Corp. " and in Public-CIO.com.

More good news....IBM announced last week the awarding of a state-wide contract for e-mail and collaboration in the State of Texas...

Initially 13 state agencies, representing 65,000 seats, signed a letter of intent to participate in this agreement and have been actively involved throughout the procurement process. ...

We have created a new and repeatable approach to the delivery of email solutions across state government and have used DIR's purchasing volume to leverage the benefits to local government and education. This is a good deal for Texas," said Larry Olson, Chief Technology Officer for the State of Texas.
The contract will deploy Lotus Domino and other IBM Workplace family software on the back-end, and offer users a choice of Lotus Notes, Microsoft Outlook, or web-based access to e-mail services.

More coverage in the Austin American-Statesman, which reports, "IBM beat out Electronic Data Systems Corp., Sun Microsystems Inc. and Microsoft Corp. " and in Public-CIO.com.

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on March 19, 2006, 5:30pm

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