Microsoft is seeking to get five million Lotus Notes customers to make the switch to Microsoft's collaboration tools in its fiscal 2009 year, according to Kevin Turner, COO for the software giant.
“Let’s talk about replacing Lotus Notes,” said Turner during his presentation Wednesday at Microsoft’s annual meeting for financial analysts.
According to Turner, by primarily using Sharepoint, Microsoft has sold quite a few seats of their collaboration tools into IBM Lotus shops. He wants another 5 million seats sold into Lotus accounts in FY2009.
I hope that you have read Jack's post.
Link: NetworkWorld: Microsoft wants to steal five million Notes customers
Comment posted by Ed Maloney07/25/2008 08:27:42 AM
Yes, the "masters of innovation" have also taken notice of success over at Apple;
Comment posted by Ed Brill07/25/2008 11:23:31 AM
I've commented on the Fontana / NetworkWorld article here:
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