If you’re like Jenn Schaal, a busy sales manager for an international trade association, your day is filled with client connections, budgets to hit and leads to generate—on top of day-to-day fires to put out. Hitting the end goal—whether it’s a sales target or a client win—takes time and effort. Office 365 helps shave off time throughout the day, so sales managers can meet their goals.
We are pleased to share that Learning Tools are now available in new languages to all customers with Office 365 or a personal OneDrive account. Previously, we announced that we would deliver Learning Tools to Word Online and OneNote Online, so users on any device can experience the same reading and writing benefits people see using Learning Tools for OneNote.
“The Technology Integration and Development team at NASCAR was born out of a single question: How do we empower the business to get more done? We chose Office 365, with its mobile-first, cloud-first benefits, to give our employees the best tools for working at the office.” —Find out how NASCAR races with maximum efficiency.
“In a business where rapid change is the norm, we need to accelerate how we do business. We use Office 365 to expedite teamwork, break down barriers across functions and improve mobility and personal productivity.” —Learn how James McGlennon, executive VP and CIO at Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, is staying ahead of disruptors with Office 365 and an IT transformation.
When your teams spend time looking for resources, waiting for people to get back to them or trying to knit together information from different software or devices, they can’t do their best creative work. Thankfully, Microsoft Teams—the Office 365 chat-based workspace—gives your organization all the creative benefits of teamwork and frees your teams from productivity sinkholes.