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01:36 Oct 27, 2006
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English to Chinese translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - IT (Information Technology) / identity management
English term or phrase:drunk the federation punch
It's difficult—if not impossible—to measure the cost savings of reducing one sign-on. However, it's clearly of great value to gain a new customer because of an IT function that you can provide. And going forward, those who've drunk the federation punch believe there's more ROI to come, with a little thing known as stickiness—that is, getting people to order more cookies and conference rooms, because it's easier.
Thanks Clearwater. That's the best I can do. It's not a well-known idiom, it could be an in-phrase in the industry. It seemed obscure to me when I read it which is why I looked for a link to the sense of the whole article...I could be wrong...