Artikel: IBM Lotus Notes Software continues to be successful | Bron

Latest market figures confirm that IBM Lotus Notes Collaboration software remains an uncontested market leader in Messaging and Groupware. IBM's Lotus Notes continues to display market growth.

Grew double-digits for nine consecutive quarters
30% Y2Y growth in Q4 2006
42% market share worldwide (2005, Gartner Dataquest)
Notes and Domino franchise strong, growing
More than 130 million licenses sold
More than 46,000 active customers worldwide (up 15% in 2006)
More than 900 competitive wins for Notes and Domino in 2006
More than 90% of customers upgraded to Release 6.x, and millions on ND7 already
Sametime 7.5 added >1 million new users in Q4 2006 after GA

"We have re-centered the Lotus brand on you" (Mike Rhodin, General Manager Workplace, Portal and Collaboration Software)
Despite competitor hearsay, the range of the IBM Lotus Notes product continues to be popular, especially with the release of the much anticipated Lotus Notes Version 8. The increasing market figures confirm IBM`s leadership position. These recent product developments are reassuring companies of IBM's commitment and investment into technological, cutting-edge and innovations.

Unique Features of IBM Lotus Notes-Software:
No messaging-solution is available for more platforms: Notes Client (Win, MAC, Linux), Domino Server (Win, AIX, Linux, Solaris, iSeries, z/OS, z/Linux)
Access on Domino via various clients (Notes, browser, mobile, MS Outlook, POP3/IMAP4, RSS-Reader)
Lotus Notes is considered to be the most secure platform. Several military services, the UN and the World Bank are using Lotus Notes Domino etc.
Best online-features. Not only can mail and calendar, but also applications and their logistics being accessed offline
Open standards and Web2.0-platform (SOA, ODF, iCAL, Blogs, Wikis, Eqlipse, RSS, XML, Web-services etc.)
Rapid-Application-platform - quick development (Script/Java) and thousands of partner-solutions
Integrated messaging and workflow
Fully integrated Office-pack, supporting ODF and MS-Formats (8.0 upwards)
Integrated RSS-Freereader and PDF-writer (8.0 upwards)
Integrated direct access on SAP-features
Up-to-date technology, e.g. Composite Applications (Machups), Activities (working process-oriented), Notes on a USB-stick
Mobile access from all handhelds (not limited on Windows-mobile)
Notes Client is based on Eclipse Framework and thereby easy to change or expand
Most modern interface on the market (Notes 8)
67 of the Fortune 100-companies are using Lotus Notes Domino (14 of 20 German companies) Premium chemical companies and 21 of 30 companies that are listed in the DAX (the German stock index) have implemented Lotus technology

P. de Bondt, 14-03-2010 | Bron | Reageer