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Talk given at OOoCon 2010 about Open for business strategy for the hispanic market.

Talk given at OOoCon 2010 about Open for business strategy for the hispanic market.

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  • 1. Open for Business Open servicies
  • 2. Growth of OpenOffice.org
    • ODF adoption by governments as an official standard (EU, Venezuela, Brazil, Paraguay, etc)
    • 3. Incremental growth of OpenOffice.org 3.x
    • 4. Corporate success stories
    • 5. Proven benefits and savings
  • 6. 90,000 desktop migration at PetroBras Brazil
  • 7. Malaysian Public Sector 458 agencies
  • 8. Singular position
  • 9. Individual
    • User read documentation
    • 10. Participate on mailing lists
    • 11. Install and tries new software
    • 12. Easier to modify the usage of software
  • 13. Organizations
  • 14. Organizaciones
    • DON'T read manuals, training
    • 15. DON'T ask in forums, take consulting
    • 16. DON'T try, implement
  • 17. Not all solutions benefit everyone
  • 18. Organizational needs
    • Classifying needs and solution channels
    • 19. Education
      • Certification
    • Support
      • Partner program
    • Implementation
      • Massive migrations
      • 20. Innovation Academic package
  • 21. Can this?
  • 22. ...and this..
  • 23. ..work together.
    • Free software model
    • 24. Community satisfy the need of a knowledge base
    • 25. Companies can then re-use and implement on their support services
    • 26. Companies can then contribute by sending their new support questions into the global database
  • 27. Mentorship and guide
    • Students participate in campaigns and initiatives
    • 28. Google summer of code or Sun Community Innovation Program
    • 29. Benefit for OpenOffice.org we get more code and overall contribution
    • 30. Students experiment and work with an organization with tools and real code
  • 31. Making big things From the start
  • 32. Adoption package
    • They are a group of solutions that can migrate the organization
    • 33. Improve the production chain
    • 34. Suggest best practices of the modern office
    • 35. It adjust to the different demands and needs of the organization
  • 36. Partner program
    • Open source companies find an official backup
    • 37. They benefit with a tighter relationship with experts
    • 38. They find answers to their problems
    • 39. Distributed development
  • 40. Open... for services
    • The open organization
    • 41. Distribution and interconnected presence
    • 42. Web 2.0 and modern methodologies
    • 43. Support, development and local support with global knowledge
  • 44. How can we help
    • Need top level information
    • 45. Consulting on technical support
    • 46. Development and integration projects
    • 47. Access information material
  • 48. QA
    • E-mail: [email_address]
    • 49. Web: http://es.openoffice.org

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