- "Gordano continue to live up to their reputation..."
- "Simple and effective functionality..."
- PRESS RELEASE: Gordano partners with NEC and offers valuable cloud solutions for Communication Service Providers (CSPs)
- Version 18 (Build 4128) of GMS is available
- The inclusion of Gordano to the G-Cloud II Framework will strengthen our offering . . .
- PRESS RELEASE: Gordano celebrates new Cloud partnership with UK Government
- "We see GMS as the good alternative to Exchange"
- "Gordano always has an answer"
History and Achievements:
A New Way
During 1996, a comparative review of Internet Messaging software for Windows NT magazine showed that NTMail was the only product on the market that did not lose email messages! The following year the product set underwent a radical overhaul and the creation of an even more elegant, efficient and flexible architecture. This allowed Gordano to improve the number of user options significantly, remove dependence on any particular operating system and allow remote configuration. The revised product built on experience and resulted in a suite of software that is remarkable in its stability, performance, efficiency and scalability.
By the end of 1998, the name "Internet Shopper" no longer reflected the true nature of the company. Now a fully fledged messaging software publisher and vendor, with complete development, support and customer care functions, the company changed to Gordano Ltd. This was adopted from our location in South West England - the beautiful Gordano valley.
Strength to Strength
By 2000, NTMail had reached version 6 and GLWebMail was launched. This provided a mail client that looked and felt like a desktop application but was accessed via a web browser. The market impact was dramatic - companies no longer needed to purchase separate server and client licenses, no new software was required to provide email to users. At the end of that year, Gordano's Unix version entered Beta. It provided all of the advantages of the Windows version but ran on Solaris or Linux (multiple flavours).
2002 saw the major rebrand of the components of the Gordano mail server. The scope of the software's capabilities, functionality and platform requirements meant that a name change was needed to clarify our offerings to an extensive global customer base. The flexible server licensing model was retained but renamed under an umbrella term - the Gordano Messaging Suite (GMS). NTMail became GMS Mail, GLWebMail became GMS WebMail and so on. This "plain English" approach has been adopted across the suite for each module.
GMS Collaboration Server allows access for Microsoft Outlook XP/2003 to GMS server-side features such as: Shared Calendaring, Address books (contacts), Journals, Notes, Scheduling etc. GMS Collaboration Server builds upon the success of our products and delivers a viable Exchange alternative running on a choice of platforms and with the ability to share across alternate clients.
We offer a full range of contracted support, including global 24 x 7 telephone assistance. We have delivered to major corporations in the USA, Europe and the Pacific Rim and have the skills and expertise to provide a messaging solution tailored to suit any requirement. Still privately and employee owned, we run profitably and have no debt. We are proud to offer our customers financial health and supplier viability as well as excellent products and services.
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