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A Fully Integrated Enterprise Suite A cloud-based, integrated, comprehensive, end-toend solution that features email, productivity tools, document management and sharing, collaboration (groupware), synchronization, and an optional CRM solution Making Your Work Easier

Computing as a Utility
Nicholas Carr, author of The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google observes:
In The Big Switch, I draw a parallel to what happened with the invention of electric utilities a hundred years ago. Before the electric utility, people had to generate their own power to run their machines - with waterwheels or steam engines or just their own muscles. But as soon as the wires for the electric grid were strung, they no longer had to worry about producing their own power. Power was delivered to their home or their office over the network, and all they had to do was plug an appliance into the socket in the wall. That s what s happening to computing today. It s turning into a service supplied over a network. It s becoming a utility.

Nicholas Carr is also author of Does IT Matter?

Cloud Computing
Is a metaphor for the Internet, based on the cloud drawing used in the past to represent the telephone network It delivers common business applications online that are accessed from another Web service or software like a Web browser, while the software and data are stored on servers
From Wikipedia the encyclopedia in the cloud

Flicker store your photographs in the cloud Facebook integration on many web sites example of web services between sites

The 4th Wave of Computing
1. Mainframes, which achieved critical mass in commercial deployment in the late 1950s and 1960s. 2. Minicomputers, which distributed computing beyond a centralized mainframe in the 1970s and 1980s. In the 1990s and 2000s, UNIX based minicomputers dominated. 3. Personal computers further distributed computing to the desk and then the lap in the 1980s and 1990s. PCs went from office to home, from desktop to servers. Laptops became wireless and mobile computing was born. 4. The open Internet and web-based media from the lap to the hand smartphones (Android, iPhone, BackBerry, J2ME), mass-market cellular phones, tablets/iPads, e-book readers, game systems, etc. The mini-computers and PC servers power the cloud and deliver business applications through web browsers.

Why EcoSuite Cloud Solution?
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ 60+% less expensive than a traditional in-house solution No dedicated IT resources required by customer Fast and easy deployment Automatic upgrades, depending on plan Software-as-a-Service utility Built from the start as an integrated solution, not from many separate product Minimum initial costs pay month to month Reliable been tested and in-use for years Secure and up-to-date Support 24/7

Product
1. Complete web-based solution 2. Fast, safe, private email (anti-spam, anti-malware) 3. Document management 4. Collaboration (includes chat ) 5. Calendar and scheduling 6. Task Management 7. Contact Management 8. CRM option 9. Configurable portal/start page 10. Customized Looks and Templates

Advanced Collaboration Suite (ACS)
Email Calendar Files

One or more email accounts

Tasks

Notes

Sync with Outlook
Contacts Roles

Personal Portal
Photos Search Bookmarks

User Experience
‡ Thinnest of Thin Clients ± Web browser ‡ Most virtual of Virtual Desktop Interfaces ± Web browser ‡ No dedicated device required ± PC ± Mobile device (smart phones), iPads, Netbooks ± Internet Cafe ± Etc. ‡ Work from anywhere, at any time on any web-enabled device

Email
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Sort Search Message Filtering Flag Private Folders Multiple accounts
± Check and down/Send

‡ Share mail Folders with specific individuals or grouips ‡ Domain name support
± E.g. user@your-company.com

Calendar
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Personal and shared Usual views (day, week ) Merged view Appointments Meetings
± Invite others, see responses

Share Calendars Recurrence Reminders Sync with Outlook

Contact Management
‡ Corporate Address book ‡ Multiple Personal Address books ‡ Import/Export ‡ Categories ‡ Private Folders ‡ Share Folders ‡ Search
± advanced and simple

Tasks
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Alerts Assign Categories Search Share tasks Import/export
± csv

Technology
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Latest technology Web 2.0 Enterprise 3.0 Secure, scalable, fast and Customizable Focus is on Data, not hardware or software (application) Available as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Available for in-house (private cloud) deployment

Deployment Choices
‡ Shared, multi-tenant, hosted
± Lowest cost ± least hassle to deploy

‡ Private, hosted
± Higher cost ± dedicated servers ± separate from other clients

‡ Private, in-house
± Software/support costs only ± Leverage in-house IT staff, facilities and equipment

Enterprise Advantage
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Group/Division portal Document management, retention, compliance rules Productivity improvements Ease of deployment, management and administration Custom applications Multi-Domain support Lower TCO

Administration Advantage
‡ Role based access control
± Create roles ± Assign permission to riles ± Assign users to roles

‡ Easy to create and manage accounts ‡ Easy to remove accounts without loosing data ‡ Easy to share folders (of files, contacts, mail etc.) and applications ‡ Bulk provisioning (e.g. add many users from a spreadsheet)

Cost of Email, by Tier

The Fully Loaded Costs Of On-Premises Email for 100,000 users Most organization will pay much more per mailbox

August, 2009

Enterprise Pricing Model
# Users 1-10 11-25 26-50 51-100 101-201 200-500 Monthly Fee $99 $199 $399 $899 $1,499 $3,999 Total Storage 10 Gb 25 Gb 50 Gb 100 Gb 150 Gb 300 Gb Cost next user $10 $10 $10 $9 $9 $8 Setup Fee $99 $299 $499 $999 $1,599 $3,999

For larger enterprises, Ecosuite will provide a custom quote

Business Case
‡ 100 Users
± Will cost about 50% more per mailbox than customer with 100k mailboxes

± Assume 30% executive , 60% Normal, 10% light:
Users Cost 30 $31. 6 60 $18.00 10 $11.58
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‡ 100 User Enterprise Ecosuite Service ± $899/month ± 60+% saving ‡ In-house staff, servers, storage, anti-spam/antivirus, maintenance, space and power costs etc. have a substantial minimum cost. It may cost a minimum of $100k/year - for 1 user or 100

Business Case
‡ Work from anywhere, at any time on any web-enabled device ‡ Make your work easier ‡ Opportunity Cost
± Spend your IT resources on IT projects that are unique to your organization instead of on utility services

About Us

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Company founded in 1999 Based in Boynton Beach, Florida, USA many years of product development Hosted service started in 2003 Serving 60+ domains Globally 5000+ licenses/end users Strong R&D team

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Optional Slides ‡ Include as needed ‡ Need updated

References (USA)

‡ USA
± ± ± ± ± ± ± Sillicon India Group , (Media and Publishing) Webcast 1 Inc., (Graphic Design & Search Marketing) Star Mortgage Inc., (Mortgage Broker) WechTECH Inc., (Network integration & service provider) Megatech International, (DocPad - Health care Software) NCCR Group, (Information Technology solution) Airface Inc., (Internet Service Provider)

References (India)

‡ India
± ± ± ± ± ± ± Graham Firth Steel Products Ltd., (Cold rolled steel) Technico (India) Pvt. Ltd., (Fire Control Systems Mfr.) Kalinga Gases Pvt. Ltd., (Industrial Gases Mfr.) Smart Wireless (Zee Group), (Mobile SMS Solution provider) Digital Synergy Pvt. Ltd., (International Call Center) Tatwa Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Telecom Customer Support Center) DSG Powercon Pvt. Ltd., (Power Plant O & M)

Futures
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Instant Messenger with VOIP support Video Conferencing Order Processing and Invoicing HR Management

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