Scriba élu « Country Partner of the year » de Microsoft

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Publié le : 04/08/2010 vers 11h par :

Le Groupe, qui vient de célébrer ses 25 ans, s’est vu attribuer cette distinction lors de la Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) de Microsoft, qui s’est tenue à Washington DC du 12 au 15 juillet dernier.
Scriba s’est vu remettre ce trophée en raison du « caractère innovant de sa stratégie et [de] la qualité de la promotion qu’il a assurée autour des solutions « On line » ». Rappelons que Scriba met en œuvre chez les clients des solutions de messagerie Exchange et de portails SharePoint, hébergées dans les datacenters de Microsoft, ce qui permet d’éviter au client final les coûts d’infrastructure et les contraintes liées à l’administration. (Source IT Channel)

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14/08/2013 23:50:27
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13/08/2013 03:13:08
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12/08/2013 07:40:47
Frank: One problem is that we don't know what the gworth segments are for T-Mobile (which has shown gworth compared to, say, Sprint PCS' subscriber decline). But, here's my guess. Up until now, T-Mobile's gworth has NOT come from the smartphone crowd, but its subscriber retention HAS come from Starbucks hotspot users. Going forward, however, my guess is that the combination of the iPhone and Starbucks' switch to AT T Wireless' hotspot changes this equation. In other words, my guess is that that basic phone market is at or near saturation while the smartphone market is in a gworth cycle propelled by the iPhone's success. If these assumptions are correct, the prediction is that we should see T-Mobile's gworth halt because basic phone users would stay while new smartphone buyers go elsewhere. T-Mobile data users will probably stay for 2 to 3 years while the Starbucks Hotspot roaming is still in effect. But, their smartphone/notebook hotspot user subscriber base should start shrinking in years 4 and 5 (2011 and 2012) just before the roaming agreement ends. If T-Mobile's gworth shows flattening in the next 4 to 6 quarters, it would be an indication that this prediction will play out as described. T-Mobile has not shown any innovation in the last couple of years except for dropping there combo EDGE/hotspot price to $20/month for voice subscribers. So, they may not have any cards to play except for their non-standard 3G offering later this year. Of course, these are all just guesses. We'll just have to wait and see how things play out.
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