Continuing our string of wins against our traditional rivals, Adaptiva’s OneSite product has once again won against 1E’s Nomad product at Coles, Australia.

With 100,000 employees and 2000 stores spread across the continent, Coles are a retail giant, and are known as the Walmart of Australia.

As a retailing giant, Coles faces severe Systems Management challenges that are common to this industry segment, and were looking for a product that would allow them to extend their SCCM capabilities across the WAN to a large number of remote locations.

They ran a thorough evaluation of 1E’s Nomad product against Adaptiva’s OneSite. We participated in a full lab deployment, followed by a production pilot on the LAN, and then a second production pilot across a heavily used production WAN link.

OneSite proved itself with flying colors, and it was greatly satisfying for me to watch our technology coming alive and meeting some pretty severe requirements that Coles’ operational needs generated.

I have blogged the Coles SCCM/MDT Task Sequence WAN scenario here:

As we welcome the SCCM team at Coles on board, we’d like to thank them for taking the time to look closely at the actual products – not just marketing literature and sales pitch.

We’d also like to thank our trusted partners Dilignet, who have worked tirelessly to help and support us.

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