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L'Oreal Canada Updates Mobile Solution For Sales Staff

October 7, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
L’Oreal Canada CEO Nadir Belarbi described his company’s adoption and deployment of a mobile solution for sales staff at the Mobile Enterprise Canada conference in Toronto. After evaluating three types of tablets and two operating systems, L’Oreal Canada deployed a customized Salesforce solution on HP ElitePad 900 G2 tablets, with the solution running on Windows 7 and integrated with Outlook. Established in 1909, L’Oreal had some legacy IT issues, such as old technology used by hundreds of sales staff across the country. In the first quarter of 2014, the company launched an initiative seeking to provide sales staff with up-to-date, agile, mobile IT. Project Metropolis saw the company consulting IT partners Microsoft, HP, and Salesforce, with the final system determined based on business goals instead of technical specifications.
Christine Wong, "Case study: L’Oreal Canada gives its enterprise sales solution a makeover", ITBusiness.ca, October 07, 2015, © ITBusiness.ca
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