Tastea—an innovative beverage retailer based in Orange County, California—wanted to prepare for expansion while maintaining high levels of quality and service. The company decided that a key to creating a repeatable customer experience across stores was to standardize operations while opening up clearer lines of communication. The company now relies on Office 365 for everything from inventory management to customer service.
Dakine, maker of accessories and apparel for action sports, needed new business technology that matched the expectations of its mobile workforce—and chose Microsoft Office 365. Today Dakine employees use the cloud-based communication and collaboration services to stay connected with the business, driving productivity while minimizing IT infrastructure costs.
UL has a 120-year legacy of helping to ensure that the products we use every day—from microwaves to roofing shingles—are safe. Today, the company trusts Office 365 and the Microsoft cloud to help transform collaboration and power innovation for itself and its customers. Watch our two new additions to the UL video series: “Steward of Trust” and “Speed of Innovation” along with the first episode, “Circle of Trust.”
“We see Office 365 as the perfect driver to support transparency, collaboration and the sharing of knowledge among sales associates, designers and artisans in a globally united Louis Vuitton.” —Read more about Louis Vuitton’s passion for tradition and innovation with Office 365 in this post by Franck Le Moal, CIO.
Wiebe van der Horst runs IT at BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, like a collaborative team—which is likely one of the reasons he was Germany’s ‘CIO of the Year’ in 2014. Van der Horst believes “IT is not about technology, it’s about generating business value” and adopting Office 365 has been a “paradigm shift” in how the company works. He recently talked with Microsoft about human-centered change and business-centered…