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IBM Connections is a leading business social network platform that helps you get your work done.

Connections allows your organization to engage the right people, accelerate innovation, and deliver results.

Connections can help you improve decision-making and increase productivity.

For companies that are thinking of moving to IBM Verse On-Premises for mail, the implementation of IBM Connections can make the most of the rich features in Verse, such as profile pictures in the 'Important to me bar' and replace attachments with links to Connections files.

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Have you wanted to try IBM Connections, but don't have WebSphere administration skills and the cloud is not always an option for you?

BCC can help you achieve this with our “Connections Quick Start” service package – All for just £5k.

With just a single Windows or RedHat server, we can get you running with up to 50 users in just a few days.

Our fully certified technicians can save you the time in having to learn how to install and administer Connections and its associated software (WebSphere, DB2, Tivoli Directory Integrator and IBM HTTP Server).

The project will be fully managed and the team will be available to answer any questions you might have. Once you complete your successful pilot, we can advise on next steps.

Take the worry out of documenting the systems as we will provide a full set of installation and configuration documentation.

Our team will also deliver you a set of training material/handouts for the key points on where users can benefit from using the system. One less set of documents for you to produce.

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Our Connections Quick Start Services are built to scale, adding additional nodes and features is no problem at all. Once the pilot has started the team can discuss future requirements and any additional assistance required.


Ready to let the BCC team help you become an IBM Connections super hero?

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