CTO of Matchless IT
Nick Kershner is a Founder of Matchless IT and fills the role of CTO day to day. While he spends his time finding solutions that help Matchless IT serve their clients better, he enjoys connecting with like-minded people and answering questions on Social Media. While always watching out for solutions to help Matchless IT’s clients grow and strengthen, Nick enjoys writing about what he discovers.
You can reach Nick by either commenting on one of his posts, or contacting him at his offices.
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Case Study: Global Connections Enhanced Through Office 365
When your business operates at more than a single location, communication & collaboration between facilities is one of your most valuable assets. As a global leader in bringing products to market with its sketch-to-scale platform, Flex is always on the forefront of discovering ways to innovate development, manufacturing, and globalization.
Being an industry disruptor and influencer to other businesses in the tech manufacturing space, Flex could easily rest on good laurels. But an ever-expanding marketplace leaves no room for rest, which can complicate the ability to deliver a service that is both unique and effective. To maintain their status of staying ahead of the curve, Flex partner with Office 365 as a means of improving collaborative efforts across its 200,000 employees, who are spread throughout the world.
Upon adopting, and implementing Office 365 best practices into its workflow, Flex took advantage of Microsoft Exchange (email platform) on a global scale. This provided access to useful functionalities previously provided by third-party products, which generally came with additional costs. The ability to use shared access tools such as SharePoint Online allowed more employees— from factory workers to human resources—to directly communicate and contribute to the overall success of Flex’s ability to connect the world to their bleeding-edge products.
To read more about Flex’s challenges, and how Office 365 helped them resolve issues and improve their business, visit:
If you are interested in discovering new ways to improve both efficiency and collaboration in the workplace with Office 365, please Contact Me. I would love the opportunity to sit down with you and discuss your business needs, challenges, objectives, and map out some cost effective and impactful solutions. I don’t just write the articles around here, I also architect these solutions for our clients.
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