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About us

NotesMail is a HCL Business Partner specializing in HCL Notes and Domino software for 26 years, and providing Crucial Notes tools, hosting and consulting services including Domino administration, Domino web development, Notes development, security, integration and migration for on-premises and cloud environments (Notes, iNotes, Verse). Our primary focus is on Notes and Domino as our name might suggest. We differ from other consulting companies since Notes and Domino is our highest priority, and not just part of a broader IT practice. HCL BP NotesMail's corporate headquarters is in New York, NY US.

Launched in 1994, HCL BP NotesMail offers customized Notes and Domino software that fit each customer’s unique environment. HCL BP NotesMail has sold its Notes tools to thousands of organizations including Domino administrators and developers, comprising millions of users. It serves customers in a wide range of industries, such as healthcare, pharmaceutical, automotive, aerospace, communications, electronics, energy, education, government, financial, media, transportation, law, accounting and insurance.

HCL BP NotesMail has delivered Notes and Domino consulting services to hundreds of enterprise customers including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Toyota, Epson, Seagate Technology, Johnson Controls, Siemens, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Illinois, Department of HUD, United States Marine Corps, Missouri State Highway Patrol, JPMorgan Chase. State Street Bank, United Parcel Service, Sony Corporation, Ernst & Young, among others. We have consistently provided technical excellence, outstanding customer service, and innovative products to small, medium and large companies around the globe. With the professional advantage that comes from our command of the diverse, highly-specialized work related to HCL Software technologies, HCL BP NotesMail is well positioned to be the vendor of choice for many leading-edge organizations.

Blue Cross Blue Shield
NY State Department of Health
Bayer Corporation
Bracco Diagnostics
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Taro Pharmaceutical Industries
Becton Dickinson
Novia Scotia Public Health Services
Nutramax Laboratories
Automated Health Systems
Hyundai Motor Corporation
Toyoto Motor Corporation
IAV Automotive Engineering
The Aerospace Corporation
International Aero Engines
B.F. Goodrich
Varig Airlines
Johnson Controls
Seagate Technologies
AMI Semiconductor
Lambda Americas
LeCroy Corporation
Macronix International
Exxon Mobil Corporation
Shell Services International
Siemens Power Generation
Aker Maritime
ABB Energy Information Systems
University of Illinois
Virginia Commonwealth University
Columbia Law School
Minnesota Saint Paul Public Schools
Massachusetts Hudson Public Schools

Department of HUD
United States Marine Corps
US International Trade Commission
US Court of Appeals
Missouri State Highway Patrol
NJ Higher Ed Student Assist Authority
The Monetary Authority Of Singapore
Ministry of Defence Singapore
Australia Victoria VicRoads Hwy Dept
Finland Presidental Republic Office
Companies Commission of Malaysia
The Bank of New York Mellon
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
Deutsche Bank
JPMorgan Chase
Royal Bank of Canada
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
State Street Bank
Natwest Bank
Federation Bancaire Francaise
Sony Corporation
Sony Music
Red Distribution
Recording Industry of America
Modern Language Association
The Vane Brothers Company
Overnite Transportation Company
United Parcel Service
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Ernst & Young
Crowe Horwath LLP
Earl R Whaley & Company
XL Capital
Universal Underwriters Group

Why does our company specialize in Notes and Domino software?

Well, to answer that question you must first understand the market leadership and evolution of Notes and Domino. The reason Notes and Domino remain the market leaders is threefold:
  • The value that Notes and Domino bring to the market hasn't changed and is still needed. Companies will always need to efficiently collaborate both internally and externally with employees, suppliers, and customers in order to remain competitive.
  • HCL and IBM have evolved Notes and Domino with marketplace needs as new forms of communication have emerged. Examples of this evolution can be seen in the way we adopted Internet standards, introduced instant messaging solutions, and embraced support for mobile and wireless devices.
  • Notes and Domino are flexible. HCL customers have freedom to choose their server and client operating systems, hardware platforms, networking protocols, directory infrastructure, programming languages, client devices, and more.
Today, tens of thousands of corporations around the globe fully tap the power of Notes and Domino by using them to significantly increase efficiencies and enhance information management. With Notes these core business processes and applications are now automated, tracked and re-purposed. These companies have realized significant returns on their investment in Notes and Domino by becoming more nimble, responsive, and informed. All of this enables large enterprises to achieve their common goal of operating efficiently for profitability and executing faster to beat their competition in a global environment.

The Evolution of Notes and Domino
Notes is one of the longest-running and most successful products in the history of personal computing. Notes was first introduced to the market in 1989, offering a revolutionary new way for teams to work together more efficiently by allowing them to easily distribute up-to-date information and to share ideas. In its first year, an amazing 35,000 copies were sold. In subsequent years Notes continued to spread like wildfire, boosting the productivity of every user by bringing organized communication and collaboration to departmental teams in all types of industries. In these early days both the client and the server were named Notes and, in a very real sense, made the business promise of client/server computing a reality - by delivering real value to companies that standardized on it.

In 1995 when Notes embraced the Internet, it incorporated Web application capability in a powerful new server, which was renamed from the Notes server to Domino. From then on the Notes brand has been reserved exclusively for the desktop client, which in 1995 had grown its installed base to 20 million copies. Over the years new programming, scripting and markup languages were added to allow developers to build more sophisticated applications. LotusScript, a BASIC language, was added in Notes R4, and globalization technologies with Domino Global Workbench (DGW) to help customers develop and manage global/multilingual applications were incorporated into Notes R4.6. Later releases of Notes and Domino added Java, COM, JavaScript, XML, Web Services, JVM, SOA and XPages (JavaServer Faces).

Much has changed since those early days (besides the name), yet much remains the same. HCL continues to innovate through Notes and Domino and continues forward as the market-leading solution for messaging and collaborative applications development and deployment, enabling teams to work together more efficiently by allowing them to easily distribute up-to-date information and to share ideas.

Notes continues to set the standard for innovation in the messaging and collaboration market it defined over 20 years ago. As an integrated collaborative environment, Notes combines enterprise-class messaging and calendaring & scheduling capabilities with a robust platform for collaborative applications. You can take advantage of the advanced functionality, reliable performance and dependable security - and help reduce your total cost of ownership in the process.
intr.v. col·lab·o·rat·ed, col·lab·o·rat·ing, col·lab·o·rates
1. To work together, especially in a joint intellectual effort.
2. To cooperate treasonably, as with an enemy occupation force in one's country.
col·labo·ration n.col·labo·rative adj.col·labo·rator n.
Collaborative software is software designed to help people involved in a common task achieve their goals. Collaborative software is the basis for computer supported cooperative work. Such software systems as email, calendaring, text chat, belong in this category. It has been suggested that Metcalfe's law — the more people who use something, the more valuable it becomes — applies to such software.