ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. FRANKFURT, Germany Feb. 21, 2011
"For us as a globally operating company, SharePoint is a key instrument for smooth cooperation in projects with decentralized teams. This joint solution will allow us to appreciate considerable cost reductions and greater flexibility," said Shell’s VP IT Services Jay Crotts.
Microsoft and T-Systems are working jointly on the project, with Microsoft SharePoint providing a central platform for various applications such as document and content management as well as organization and collaboration in project work.
"Microsoft and T-Systems are now bringing together their strengths in SharePoint for Shell. It is highly significant for us that Shell, one of our largest SharePoint customers, is now receiving the application in a hybrid cloud, thus putting them at the top of the innovation tree in this area," said Jan Piet van Roon, Global Client Director for Shell at Microsoft.
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