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Dossier: The former Caldera Systems is at the center of the UnitedLinux consortium, but traditional Unix customers have become its bread and butter.
Executives listed here are all users of the SCO Group's products/services. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
Project: SCO Unix forms backbone of Avaya voice-mail product. Avaya recently worked with SCO's Professional Services to make programming changes to support a new voice-mail feature.
Cendant Hotel Group
Senior Director, Hotel Solutions
Project: Franchiser has used a SCO Linux-based property-management system since 1997, and used SCO Professional Services to script a system upgrade in 2002.
NEC Corporate Networks
Director, Software Development
Project: Used SCO Unix to integrate PBX products with hospital information systems and hotel guest phone and messaging applications.
Project: National home-building company uses SCO Unix to drive a CAD program that provides the designs and specifications that control an automated wall-framing machine to produce prefabricated walls.
Washington Air Compressor Rental Co.
Project: For the past six years, the company used SCO Unix as the foundation of its general ledger and accounting programs.
Vigilant Business Software
V.P., Strategic Development
Project: The Toronto software-development services company developed a retail and accounting package based on SCO Linux.