Brico Depôt is part of Kingfisher plc, an international home improvement company with nearly 1,200 stores in 10 countries in Europe. The group’s headquarters made the strategic decision to migrate all emails from the conglomerate to a unified platform, Microsoft Exchange 2010. Brico Depôt’s Spanish subsidiary contacted us to design a proposal that we had to present at Kingfisher’s headquarters in Britain.
Once approved, we migrated 650 email users from the Notes Domino platform, (used by Brico Depôt until then), to Microsoft Exchance. The new messaging system includes email service, chat and video call service and group work applications.
The mail transfer was a process at list for three months and was done in a staggered manner. To minimize unforeseen events and ensure that the messaging service worked at all times, the ASMWS team created a coexistence environment until the end of the migration.
With this strategic decision, Brico Depôt saw the performance of its corporate mail grown up. They have got an inbox that prioritizes relevant and important messages and sets up rules that are individually tailored to the way you work. This is the way to work faster and better. In addition, the inbox, calendar and group conversations, your teams can be organized and continue to progress in a coordinated way in their tasks. Communications are constantly protected with built-in defenses against viruses, spam, and phishing attacks.