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Wares

An informal word for goods for sale.
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While groupware usage varied widely by company and by respondent, the survey, which also included 200 hours of executive interviews at 17 leading service and manufacturing organizations, clearly demonstrated a common denominator - that more advanced applications of groupware remain underutilized.
For example, Marriott's Bethesda, Maryland, headquarters used a groupware brainstorming module to generate ways to better satisfy guests.
First experiences with the learning-to-learn groupware suggest several benefits: The platform continually generates new cases, thus sustaining the interest of participants; the cases deal with real situations that occur in the company's context, making it easier for users to relate to the situation; each user can submit his or her case, which provides higher motivation as well as a forum for the user to analyze his or her own learning skills, and, therefore, learn how to learn.
Tim Carver, Groupware General Manager for the Northwest said, "There is a need for a strong IT solution provider in Boise and our obsession with customer service excellence will be a natural fit for the Boise market.
This appliance, supported by ARCHEON's built-in onsite file protection and recovery services, remote monitoring, and maintenance, backup and recovery services, creates a zero-maintenance, zero-backup and cost free disaster recovery groupware proposition for cost-conscious customers.
Groupware also hired a new systems engineer, Derek Olson, to aid with EMAP system design and installation.
Groupware Technology is now certified to deliver advanced voice applications using IP as the transport technology that spans from the customer site to the network core.
The combination of OneBridge Mobile Groupware and Treo 600 provides a powerful wireless voice and data system.
The new offices provide the space and environment necessary to support the Groupware customer-focused business model.