May 23, 2002

Ask Sherwin-Williams about its new Linux IT systems

IDG.net reports that "By early next year, paint retailer Sherwin-Williams Co. will deploy new IBM PCs running the Turbolinux operating system to replace SCO Unix-equipped systems throughout its 2,500 paint stores across North America. In an announcement today, the 136-year-old Cleveland-based paint company said it is moving to Linux and IBM to upgrade its point-of-sale and in-store operations, while minimizing its transition costs from established Unix systems."
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