Overland Park, KS – AdamsGabbert has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft Office 365 to provide advanced workflow capabilities and project management for small-to-mid sized businesses (SMBs). Through the use of a single IT platform, companies will be able to eliminate the use of multiple systems, streamline processes and communication and benefit from overall cost-savings.
The partnership originated when AdamsGabbert’s conducted their own internal IT evaluation where they discovered the use of multiple platforms that did not connect or interact with one another. They realized certain processes were inefficient, counterintuitive and time-consuming, and technology fees continued to rise for each system.
“Looking at our own internal processes really opened our eyes,” said Stacy Rose, AdamsGabbert’s Chief Operating Officer. “We immediately discovered that we were using only a fraction of what Microsoft has to offer; Word, Excel and PowerPoint are a very small slice of the entire Office 365 pie, and since most companies are already paying for Microsoft’s technology, they should understand all of its capabilities.”
Office 365 has the capability to integrate with unique operating systems as well as replace any outdated platforms with Microsoft’s latest, user-friendly applications. These applications are highly valuable to SMBs who require improved productivity and enhanced collaboration. Microsoft Teams brings together the full breadth and depth of Office 365 to provide a true hub for teamwork. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, OneNote, and Planner are all built into Microsoft Teams, so employees have all the information and tools they need at their fingertips. Businesses can connect with customers or remote employees through Skype for Business with one-click voice and video conferencing. And through SharePoint, shared files, data, news, and resources are easily accessible from any desktop, mobile or tablet devise.
“By combining our focus on business outcome solutions with Microsoft’s robust technology means that together we can save our client’s money, time and resources.” said Chris Harmon, Microsoft Senior Consultant at AdamsGabbert. “That’s something that every SMB needs and is looking for.”
Founded in 1999 and based in Overland Park, Kan., AdamsGabbert (AG) is a catalyst for growth, a spark for innovation, and a facilitator of progress. AG focuses on staffing + recruiting, technology services, and consulting—all designed to make business better for their clients. But what does that really mean? Simply put, they’re problem solvers. Learn more at www.adamsgabbert.com or find us on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.