A Collaboration Game Changer
Microsoft Teams is the ultimate collaboration and productivity app for your organization—a work space for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, file and app sharing, and even the occasional emoji! All in one, easy to use, place for your entire organization.
Teams brings together chat, collaboration, meetings and calling to:
Microsoft Teams is a new way of working that is aligned to the modern ways in which people naturally interact with one another. Part of Office 365, Teams is a hub for collaboration that keeps your team's chats, meetings, files, and apps together in one place.
There is a lot to learn about Microsoft Teams including: benefits, alternatives, licensing, how to get started, and more! For that reason, we created an eBook to put all the details in one place for you.
Personalize your work space to include the apps and services you love.
It's in the Research
To quantify the benefits of Teams, Forrester Consulting conducted a Total Economic Impact study of Microsoft Teams, commissioned by Microsoft. Forrester interviewed and surveyed over 260 customers using Teams in a wide range of industries, spanning financial services to education.
For a standard 5,000 user organization, the study reported the following benefits:
From Customer Service to HR, Sales & Marketing to Engineering and Operations, Teams is helping organizations do more, faster.
While we love that we no longer live inside our email inbox, companies are using Teams to do big things that impact their business. Feature releases are so 2017, with Teams, it is about improving process and changing how we work to impact meaningful business scenarios. If you have scenarios that need a collaboration boost, give us a call to speak with our Teams experts, in the meantime, consider these:
Incident Management: Warehouses can be dangerous and when accidents happen, time is of the essence. Organizations are using Teams to pull together Operations, HR and Legal personal, both locally and at HQ, to make sure that the proper response is initiated quickly, and safety remains the top priority.
Customer Service: Bad customer service is never a good idea. Organizations are using Teams to speed up issue resolution, provide visibility into customer escalations and enable continuous knowledge sharing between shifts.
Sales & Marketing: Proposals, presentations, reports, the back and forth emailing of documents can feel out of control. With Teams, organizations are working in real-time on the same documents, sharing feedback, coordinating tasks and managing timelines without sending a single email.
If you said yes to any of these questions, give us a call today.