Customer stories
Mansfield Oil logo

Making waves in the energy industry

“The oil and energy industry isn’t known for pushing the proverbial envelope when it comes to technology, but at Mansfield Oil, we’ve consistently taken advantage of technology to put ourselves at the forefront of what we do We’re now in our 57th year and at a pivotal point as we transform our business.” —Read more about how Mansfield Oil implemented Office 365 as part of their three-year transformation plan.

Customer stories
Alaska logo

Industry challenger Alaska Airlines takes service to new heights  

We’re transforming ourselves—starting with our internal operations and communications—with the goal of delivering travel experiences that reflect just how much we care about our customers and employees. Microsoft Office 365 is critical to this transformation and we put in a lot of effort to build an effective deployment plan for the entire company.

Customer stories
Wabtec

Rail solutions provider gets everyone on board quickly

Since I joined Wabtec about a year ago, we have been strategically embracing cloud computing, which we knew would be helpful for supporting mobility and getting new employees ramped up quickly and cost effectively. Microsoft Office 365 was an easy sell, because we avoided a six-figure capital investment and will realize a modest annual savings in the operation of our email environment by moving to Office 365.

Customer stories
Alain Pinel

Feeling at home in the cloud

At Alain Pinel Realtors, we strive to enhance the lives and work environments of our 200 corporate employees and more than 1,300 agents. And for us, the “work environment” extends far beyond our 30+ offices. That means providing a platform for communication and collaboration that makes it faster and easier for our workforce to connect with both colleagues and clients. We decided to go with Microsoft Office 365 because the…

Customer stories
Kennametal

Manufacturing leader connects global employees and speeds innovation

Kennametal, a leading material science and manufacturing company, wanted to become a tighter-knit organization so that it could bring products to market more quickly, which is no small endeavor with 14,000 employees spread around the world. To extend communication and collaboration to factory workers and make it easier for all employees to share ideas and foster skills building, the company adopted Microsoft Office 365.