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Google Apps fits at Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli

Kristin Burnham | Aug. 11, 2010
Roberto Cavalli's IT team analyzed and tested several solutions and ultimately chose Google Apps as its new communication and collaboration technology.

Di Biagio says that they're taking a measured approach to training Roberto Cavalli employees. Employees will be trained in Gmail first. As the company adds more apps to its suite of tools, it will hold training sessions for individual departments. The key, he says, is to ensure employees aren't overwhelmed by the tools, increasing the odds that they'll actually use them frequently in the workplace. The company expects the deployment and training to be complete in six to eight months, Di Biagio says.

"We have been very pleased to work with Google. [Google Apps] has a lot of features, and I think we've only just seen the surface of what we can do with it," Di Biagio says. "I expect [our migration to Google Apps] to inject life into the business, as it is making it easier to collaborate and communicate."

 

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