Campbell Lee Takes Note of Esker Monday 30 July 2001 PDF Print World’s 3rd largest fax server vendor teams up with Scotland’s largest independent solutions provider Shardlow, UK – July 30, 2001 – Esker Software today announced their partnership with Falkirk-based Campbell Lee Computer Services Ltd. Founded in 1977, Campbell Lee is Scotland’s largest independent e-business and internet solutions provider to industry and commerce. Esker will partner with Campbell Lee to bring VSI-Fax for Notes to market. Part of Esker’s Intelligent Information Delivery suite, VSI-Fax for Notes was built specifically for the Notes environment. Earlier this year, Lotus named VSI-Fax for Notes as a preferred fax solution for Notes, making it the only Lotus-endorsed pure Notes solution for the enterprise on the market today. “Our agreement with Campbell Lee reflects our overall channel strategy of seeking partnerships with solution providers possessing strong and loyal customer bases and a solid histories in the IBM marketplace,” says Sean Vickery, Managing Director for Esker Software Northern Europe, “Without a doubt Campbell Lee, with their reputation for high levels of customer service, met and exceeded all our requirements.” “We are delighted to be in partnership with Esker to deliver their enterprise strength fax solution to the Domino user community,” says Iain Gibb, Technical Director for Campbell Lee Computer Service, “We are confident that the combination of Campbell Lee Lotus/Domino expertise and Esker’s industry leading software will result in delivery of the optimum desktop faxing solution to our customers.” About VSI-Fax for Notes Designed specifically with both Notes users and administrators in mind, VSI-Fax for Notes uses Notes databases to manage faxing features such as load balancing, least cost routing, email integration, and automatic inbound routing. To a user, sending a fax from Notes is the same as sending any email message. The seamless integration of Notes and VSI-Fax allows administrators to manage all of their fax servers from the desktop. Fax sending, receiving, status, logging, hardware configuration, and even user preferences are all managed through Notes databases. In addition, VSI-Fax for Notes can serve as the core fax server for fax requirements throughout the enterprise. Faxes from Mainframe, AS/400, Unix, NT, Web and other email applications can all be sent and reported on through VSI-Fax for Notes. About Campbell-Lee Campbell Lee is Scotland’s largest independent e-business and internet solutions provider to industry and commerce. As part of the Campbell Lee plc Group, which employs over 150 people in the United Kingdom, from locations in Falkirk, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Paisley, Manchester and London, the company now supports over 500 customers in its 24th year of profitable growth. Campbell Lee works with the support of key business partners such as IBM, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Navision, GEAC, Lotus and Symbol. Campbell Lee’s success is based on the development of business partnerships, which have brought together a complimentary portfolio of exceptional products, skills and knowledge to ensure the very best in customer service and support. Their key strength is integrating technology applications and people to respond to business needs in an ever-changing environment. About Esker Esker Software solutions enable intelligent access to and delivery of core business information from any data source, in any format, to any recipient. Organisations use Esker software to streamline information exchange, open new channels of communication, and achieve business objectives with new levels of speed and efficiency. Esker extends the reach of information technologies and shortens the distance between people and information. The company’s products include: · Faxgate, VSI-Fax and PulseTM for Intelligent Information Delivery · SmarTermâ, Tunâ Plus, Personaâ, Corridor for Active Server, and Corridor Wireless for host access The company was founded in 1985 and is traded on the French Stock Exchange (Le Nouveau Marché: 3581). In 2000, it reported sales of 27.4 million Euros (about $25.9 million). In September 2000, Esker finalised an agreement to acquire VSI, a California-based developer of fax server solutions. Esker’s operations span North America, South America, Europe, and Asia/Pacific with about 300 employees and an installed base of two million licensed users worldwide. For more information, visit: http://www.esker.com. Corporate Contact: Jamee Majid Esker +44 1332 799622 email@example.com © 2001 Esker S.A. All Rights Reserved. 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