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What do all of these statements have in common? They are how Office 365 customers describe what the service means to them and their business. From a branding and signage company in Australia to a 2014 U.S. Olympic hopeful, companies and people across industries and from all corners of the world are realizing the benefits of Office 365 and cloud-based productivity tools.
Watch the video below to hear more about what Office 365 means to people and read on to learn more about what our customers are saying. And we want to hear from you, what does Office 365 mean to you or your business? Share your comments below.
What does Office 365 mean to our customers?
Manageable costs with subscription plans:
"As a small company, the ability to provide only what people need through Office 365 is a huge advantage for us. As opposed to a large rollout expense for on-premises solutions, we have a more manageable, smaller monthly cost." - Byron Nutley, vice president of business operations at Zyvex Technologies [Read the case study]
Instant information sharing and faster decision-making:
"With employees divided between the office and the road, communication is critical. We can get answers to our executives faster, and our salespeople can share up-to-date sales forecasts and projections." - Jody Leon Guerrero, finance manager, Thomas Kemper Soda Company [Read the case study]
"Our number one benefit with Office 365 is our overall communication reliability and integrity." - Megan Jones, administration manager, Best Group [Read the case study]
Always have the latest software:
"By using Office 365, we are getting the latest Office version. The last two versions of Office have been quite good, so we are excited about getting all of the new capabilities and enhancements." - Paraic Nolan, finance director, Big Red Book [Read the case study]
"We don't need to manage Exchange Server or the hardware for it, provide access for remote employees in 16 states, and make sure that somebody is available 24 hours a day to troubleshoot the system. Instead, we get managed services through Office 365, and we can add subscriptions as needed. This was the biggest factor in our decision." - Marina Johnson, chief information officer, HSS [Read the case study]
Productivity tools people know how to use:
By switching to Office 365, we still had a collaboration environment managed for us in the cloud, and it brought us back to a familiar environment that our users were comfortable with." - Jeremy Mahler, director of technical operations, Hickory Farms [Read the case study]
What does Office 365 mean to your business? Share your thoughts below!