|Alma mater||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Known for||Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Lotus Notes|
What is a chief software architect?
The primary roles of the Chief Software Architect is to provide hands-on architecture leadership, guidance and mentoring to our distributed engineering teams, be a close collaborator and trusted advisor to the SVP of Engineering, and ensure the delivery of high-quality, robust, and scalable solutions.
Who invented Lotus Notes?
What does a data architect do?
Data architect role
The data architect is responsible for visualizing and designing an organization’s enterprise data management framework. This framework describes the processes used to plan, specify, enable, create, acquire, maintain, use, archive, retrieve, control, and purge data.
Why is Lotus Notes still used?
Versatility and flexibility of IBM Notes and Domino
Managers can approve expenses without having to constantly receive emails, and important documents can be saved in easy-to-find locations. Customers can access portals with a number of different sources for better communication between the business and the customer.
What companies use Lotus Notes?
IBM Notes ( Lotus Notes) Customer List
|Company Name||Industry||Company Size|
|Daimler AG||Automotive||10K – 50K|
|Sun Life||Financial Services||10K – 50K|
|Celestica||Computer Software||10K – 50K|
|Neiman Marcus||Retail||1K – 10K|
Does Lotus software still exist?
Lotus was surpassed by Microsoft in the early 1990s, and never recovered. IBM purchased Lotus in 1995, and continued to sell Lotus offerings, only officially ending sales in 2013.
What happened to Lotus Notes?
Later that year, IBM announced it was discontinuing the Lotus brand and on March 13, 2013, IBM announced the availability of IBM Notes and Domino 9.0 Social Edition, replacing prior versions of IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino and marking the end of Lotus as an active brand.
Did IBM sell Lotus Notes?
IBM announced last night that it is selling the final components from its 1995 acquisition of Lotus to Indian firm HCL for $1.8 billion. IBM paid $3.5 billion for Lotus back in the day. The big pieces here are Lotus Notes, Domino and Portal.
What is IBM notes used for?
IBM Notes is essentially a desktop workflow application providing instant messaging, email, calendars, blogs, personnel directory and forums to organisations.