Organizations seeking enterprise-class capabilities for their business are choosing Office 365.
Why? Because Office 365 includes email and instant messaging to help employees better communicate with their co-workers, customers, and partners. They can share documents and collaborate on projects more effectively using online meetings and web conferencing capabilities, while minimizing travel and meeting costs. The data loss prevention capabilities in email, and retention, eDiscovery, and document management capabilities help meet their compliance needs. What’s more, some plans come with a desktop version of Office delivered as a service. For years, businesses have relied on Excel as the tool for business intelligence and over time, more BI capabilities are being added.
All of this and much more is packed seamlessly within Office 365!
Leading technology research company Gartner, Inc. has recognized Microsoft based on its evaluation of Office 365 and placed it as a “leader” in eight of the firm’s 2012 and 2013 Magic Quadrant reports.
The infographic below shows Microsoft’s leadership in Gartner’s industry-based evaluation alongside other vendors. No other vendor appears across so many industry evaluations in the area of business productivity.
For organizations looking for enterprise-class services, Office 365 offers a good value for your dollar. Instead of purchasing individual capabilities from different vendors and then worrying about integration, service level agreements and technical support, organizations can get these industry-leading capabilities seamlessly integrated within Office 365.
Learn about the six core areas in which customers are benefiting from Office 365.