eDreams has selected Google Apps for business

Barcelona, December 17, 2010. The eDreams web portal, leader in the supply of on-line flights, has hired Intelligence Partner to migrate their email and calendar platform to Google Apps for Business. According to Albert Ortiz, IT Operations Manager at eDreams, “we are excited to announce that eDreams will start using Google Apps e-mail and calendar. With Google Apps, we shall obtain the benefits of a robust and innovative platform that will provide greater access to email and calendar services from any Internet-connected device; we shall gain in storage space and all at lower infrastructure and support costs. In addition to all this, Google Apps is really easy to use”.

Other significant benefits for our customers are Google Apps’ ability to avoid problems related to local filing and the difficulty of finding time to have meetings. With shared agendas, it will be much simpler and effective to convene meetings and reserve meeting rooms.

“We are delighted that a company like eDreams has selected us to implement Google Apps for Business. Our experience allows us to anticipate the success of Google Apps at eDreams. Low cost infrastructure and maintenance, innovative Google solutions and access to services “anywhere, anytime” are the reason why more and more companies are enjoying Google Apps for Business”, said Ignacio Bañó, Managing Partner of Intelligence Partner.

Intelligence Partner is the first Spanish consultancy company that specialises in Cloud Computing technologies. Intelligence Partner provides solutions in the fields of Marketing, Sales, Customer Services, Human Resources, Recoveries, Real Estate Asset Sales, Messaging and Collaboration.

eDreams is one of the leading e-commerce websites in southern Europe. Every day, more than 250,000 people visit the eDreams website to find and purchase their trips and every week, eDreams sends out a newsletter with the best deals to over 1 million customers. More information in www.edreams.es

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