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LTech Expands Lotus Notes Migration Practice to Further Strengthen Its Enterprise Cloud Computing Services Offering
May 28, 2010 (11:05 AM EDT)
BRIDGEWATER, N.J., May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- LTech (www.ltech.com), a leader in enterprise cloud computing products and services, today announced the formation of a dedicated Lotus Notes migration practice. The practice will focus on migrating enterprise customers from Lotus Notes and Domino clients to Google Apps.
As part of the expansion, LTech has hired Bryan Rygiel as a Google Apps Deployment Engineer. Rygiel brings Lotus Notes/Domino certifications and experience supporting large-scale, enterprise Lotus Notes environments at numerous corporations, including AT&T, Ernst & Young, Chase Manhattan Bank, Hoffman-LaRoche, and most recently, BASF. He recently completed a migration of 1,200 high-profile users from a Windows Domino server to Domino on AIX.
"With demand for enterprise cloud computing products and services on the rise we have been receiving a growing number of requests from clients exploring the move away from Lotus Notes," said Ed Laczyski, founder and CTO of LTech. "It is important that we offer our customers the same quality service and experience regardless of what platform they are migrating from."
LTech has been building relationships with product partners to deliver a blended solution of services and products that will streamline the migration from Lotus Notes to Google Apps. One of the product partners is Tungle, which allows for cross-platform scheduling.
"One of the greatest things about Tungle.me is that it works across platforms. That means, whether you're a Lotus Notes user, a Google Calendar user, an Outlook user or a Mac user, you can easily schedule meetings with others, regardless of the platform the other person is using," said Marc Gingras, Tungle CEO and Founder. "For organizations where some employees may be on Notes, and others on different platforms, Tungle.me allows them to share schedules across those platforms, making their meeting planning that much more efficient."
For more information on migrating from Lotus Notes to Google Apps please visit (http://www.ltech.com/google-apps/lotus-notes).
Founded in 2001, LTech is a leading provider of products and services for enterprise cloud computing. Its cloud enablement products include LTech Google Docs Backup, LTech Power Panel for Google Apps and LTech Single Sign-On for Google Apps. LTech also helps enterprises leverage the cloud by providing implementation, configuration and support services. As an early Google Enterprise Partner™, LTech has successfully completed dozens of Google Apps deployments and helped develop best-practices for adopting and successfully scaling cloud computing programs for large-scale customers in business, government and education. LTech merged with The Matlen Silver Group Inc., one of the leading IT solutions companies for the Fortune 500, in January of 2009. For more information on LTech and its services please visit www.ltech.com, or call 866-583-2473.
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