October 2011 PC Helpline Helps Pacific Mazda "ZOOM-ZOOM" into the cloud
PC Helpline successfully migrates Pacific Mazda over to the reliable cloud-based email and collaboration suite - Google Apps.
Victoria - 3rd October 2011 - PC Helpline seamlessly migrates Pacific Mazda's entire workforce to Google. Pacific Mazda, one of the largest and best rated Mazda dealerships in British Columbia, had been looking for ways to move into a more reliable email system and to reduce their reliance on software licenses, backups. After PC Helpline demonstrated the benefits of â€˜going Googleâ€™, Pacific Mazda took the leap.
PC Helpline successfully migrated legacy emails, contacts and calendar events to Google without interrupting staff or experiencing any downtime or loss of data. Pacific Mazda expects to save thousands of dollars annually in software licensing fees, back up and upkeep of mail servers whilst improving communication through real-time collaboration internally, and with their clients.
"Pacific Mazda is excited to be aligned with Google Apps and PC Helpline." says Michael Stevulak, President and Co-Owner of Pacific Mazda. He adds "Moving to Google Apps will greatly simplify our computing environment and improve reliability."
About Google Apps: Google Apps brings simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools to organizations of any size - all hosted by Google to streamline setup, minimize maintenance, and reduce IT costs. With Gmail, Google Calendar, and integrated chat/video calls (Hangouts), users can stay connected and work together with ease.