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IBM integrates Salesforce.com, UPS and Skype with LotusLive

IBM will layer in new services from the likes of UPS, Skype and Salesforce.com into its LotusLive cloud services lineup.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

IBM said Tuesday that it will layer in new services from the likes of UPS, Skype and Salesforce.com into its LotusLive cloud services lineup.

Meanwhile, IBM launched a new LotusLive bundle, which features social networking and email for business for $7 a month per user. The package features capabilities of iNotes and Connections.

Big Blue has reinvented Lotus as a cloud brand in many respects. Now the aim is to take LotusLive and weave in business services such as CRM, Internet calling and shipping.

Among the new additions to LotusLive:

  • UPS is integrating its services into LotusLive. The service, available later this year, will allow for routing shipping from the LotusLive dashboard.
  • Salesforce.com is allowing customers to use LotusLive Meetings, Files and Activities from their sales dashboards.
  • Skype can be used from the LotusLive contact page.
  • Silanis will also integrate electronic signature processes with LotusLive files.

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