That's a pretty impressive headline....

As part of an IT cost-cutting exercise, a large multinational firm reduced its IBM Lotus Notes/Domino operating costs by more than $11 million over two years ($2.5 million for 2009, $8.6 million for 2010). It achieved this mainly through significant reductions in storage costs.
The company profiled had 97,000 mailboxes and 250 Domino servers when they started the exercise.  Through application rationalization, implementation of DAOS, archiving, consolidation, and other steps, they were able to reduce a significant portion of their operating costs.

Gartner report ID:G00171933, author is Matt Cain.

Link: Gartner: One Company Cuts Lotus Domino Costs by $11 Million Over Two Years > (Subscription required or for sale for $95)

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