OpenSpan, Inc., a leader in personal workflow management software, today
announced that it will host a Webinar with IBM, titled “OpenSpan for Lotus:
Extending the Reach of Lotus Notes and Lotus Expeditor to All Desktop
Applications,” on Wednesday, April 14 at 2 p.m. EDT.
During the Webinar discussion, OpenSpan and IBM will explain the Lotus Windows
Container strategy, which maximizes the ROI associated with implementing or
migrating to IBM Lotus Notes 8.5 or IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.2. The OpenSpan
Windows Container and the OpenSpan Scripting Container extend the value of Lotus
Notes and Lotus Expeditor solutions by providing rapid integration with a broad
range of Windows applications to create comprehensive business workflow
solutions using point-and-click technology. Composite solutions which
incorporate a mix of Windows, Web-based and mainframe applications integrated
with other Lotus plug-ins and components will also be demonstrated.
Webinar attendees will be shown how to:
* Eliminate complex coding with an intuitive point-and-click interface;
* Quickly integrate enterprise application suites such as SAP, Oracle and BMC
Remedy with IBM Lotus Notes, for faster ROI; and
* Easily modify composite applications as business needs change.
Following the free Webinar, all participants will be invited to download a trial
of OpenSpan for Lotus products at www.openspan.com/lotus.
WHAT: “OpenSpan for Lotus: Extending the Reach of Lotus Notes and Lotus Expeditor to All Desktop Applications” Webinar
WHO: Francis Carden, founder, OpenSpan
Mike Masterson, product manager for IBM Lotus, IBM
WHEN: Wednesday, April 14 at 2:00 p.m. EDT
WHERE: Register at https://openspaninc.webex.com/openspaninc/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=595196996
About OpenSpan, Inc.
OpenSpan products enhance personal workflow management and the end-user
experience by enabling all the applications required for daily tasks to work
together seamlessly. Global 2000 enterprises have improved end-user performance,
customer service, sales and business visibility by deploying OpenSpan on more
than 100,000 desktops. A venture-backed company, OpenSpan is headquartered in
Alpharetta, GA. Learn more on how OpenSpan is revolutionizing personal workflow
management at http://www.openspan.com.
Rick Marquardt, 678-527-5400
Keith Giannini or Chris Poisson, 781-684-0770
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