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Connect – King of the (Virtual) Jungle?

by cmccartney | March 30, 2009 | No Comments

Stratus Connect - King of the Jungle

Stratus Connect - King of the Jungle

Connect is out in the wild!

As any Product Manager will tell you when you release version 1.0 of a new product there is a lot of pride in bringing something new to the customers and industry. However that pride (no matter how much preparation you do) is always coupled with a slight nervousness that something has been overlooked. So when Stratus Connect had it’s first installation a couple of weeks ago I was eagerly watching to see what the feedback was.

Andy Nix, the Service Manager for Business Transformation and Information Management at South Kesteven has been kind enough to send us a few words following the installation:

–“I have seen a little of the product now and I have to say that I am very impressed with the overall feel of quality for the first release of the product.”

We’re certainly pleased that Andy’s first impressions of the product are positive. Andy also followed it up with his intentions now to have the first live public site using Connect..Our services team are already booked up with customer running into double figures inside 3 weeks. Thanks for your support Andy, and I can’t wait to see someone showing this off live, is anyone going to challenge Andy for that crown?

Whoever wins that race will help Stratus Connect in taking the place it deserves to be.

Chris M.

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