Thursday morning, IBM is issuing a press release highlighting a customer win in Italy, Gruppo Amadori.  

About 1,000 of the company's 6,000 employees access PCs to help manage the production, processing, and delivery logistics of its poultry products for customers within Italy and internationally. In 2009, some of these employees will move to a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation client operating system and IBM Lotus Symphony, open standards-based word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations.

For its collaboration services, the company is moving from Microsoft Exchange to an IBM Lotus Notes and Domino environment hosted on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The first users have moved to Lotus Domino and will continue rolling out to the entire company through the course of the year.

The benefits that drive Gruppo Amadori's migration to Linux and IBM collaboration software are the lower acquisition and operational costs.
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Link: IBM.com:  Gruppo Amadori Will Roll out Linux-based Desktops with IBM Software to Cut Costs >

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