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October 5, 2010

DuPont, Spotless Group, Sunoco deploy Microsoft BPOS Suite

State of Minnesota plans to deploy BPOS for 33,000 state employees

By CBR Staff Writer

Microsoft has announced that DuPont, Spotless Group and Sunoco have deployed its Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS) to enhance collaboration, improve productivity and lower costs.

BPOS, available in 40 countries and regions, includes Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft Office SharePoint Online, Microsoft Office Live Meeting and Microsoft Lync Online.

Earlier Coca-Cola Enterprises, Doosan, GlaxoSmithKline, McDonald’s, Rexel and Starbucks have also deployed BPOS.

Microsoft said that State of Minnesota has also announced plans to deploy BPOS for 33,000 state employees, making it the first US state to move its e-mail and collaboration to the cloud.

DuPont has chose BPOS to replace its existing Lotus Notes environment, while Philadelphia based petroleum and petrochemical products manufacturer Sunoco has migrated to BPOS to upgrade the way it delivers IT across the organisation.

The contract management and retail supply chain offerings provider Spotless Group has migrated to BPOS in order to support its global work force.

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