What people are saying…
Because of the speed that our employees can now connect and share information, we have taken significant cycle time out of all sorts of business processes.
I was tired of the headaches with Google Apps. I’m quite excited to be using tried-and-true Microsoft products. The Exchange Online pricing is competitive, and the overall value is higher.
With Office 365, we can focus on our core business without being distracted by complicated hardware and software.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM helps us to use our resources—human and otherwise—more effectively. If someone had a stack of loan documents on his or her desk to process, that stack is now gone.
We can focus on our core business, which is helping to create a continuum of care that addresses peripheral arterial disease, instead of on managing an IT infrastructure.
With anywhere access to information, our employees can save time completing tasks on a job site, which is critical in the construction business.
With Office 365, we can save over $100,000 a year that we were spending on maintenance and storage costs to use for other IT investments.
What I really like about Microsoft Dynamics CRM is that it’s infinitely configurable. We can do what we want with it today, and it is flexible enough as a platform to use for something else that we haven’t even thought of yet. In my 35 years in IT, this has been the best product I’ve seen in terms of the flexibility to adapt it to our needs.
Switching to Microsoft Online Services, with its SLAs and easy interoperability with Microsoft Office, has avoided a lot of problems. It just works, versus the time-intensive workarounds Google Apps required.
We can instantly check availability across all of our learning centers through the shared calendaring feature in Exchange Online. This makes coordinating ‘new family’ visits to our sites so much easier
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