Norwegian Deploys Over 6,000 Cloud Seats with Crayon!

Norwegian Deploys Over 6,000 Cloud Seats with Crayon!

Crayon, the global software experts, have successfully completed a major cloud deployment project for Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA. The Nordic Airlines giant has deployed over 6,400 cloud seats in a project led by Crayon's local expert team.

Norwegian had a complex technology landscape with over a 1,000 servers on the ground and another 600 computers and servers literally in the clouds every day on their fleet of over 100 aircraft. Their existing exchange solution and ten man IT team were struggling to cope with the growth trajectory of the business and an innovative solution was required.

“The solution was Exchange Online 2013, as a component of Office 365. A thousand ground staff have both desktop and web versions of Outlook and the Office suite with Lync, while the flight crew logs in via the web browser.The new solution in the cloud has led to a marked decrease in support requests to the IT department commented” Petter Granviken, Head of IT Operations in Norwegian.

“We are delighted with the outcome of this major cloud deployment project and I believe the successful outcome is further testament to the deep knowledge and skill of Crayon’s team of experts” added Rune Syversen, CEO Crayon Group.

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