Office 365

Office 365 Incites Integration

Glue disparate systems together. Create custom apps without coding. Do SharePoint right.

Microsoft Flow/Logic Apps

Are you still copying and pasting information between applications by hand? Saving read receipts? Importing spreadsheets? Stop.

The best example of Office 365’s transcendence into a development platform is Flow (also known as Logic Apps in Azure). Flow can glue disparate systems together in any way you see fit.

Let's Talk About Flow

Need a document approved, converted to PDF, and moved from OneDrive to your company Intranet?

Flow can handle that.

Need an Excel document’s rows entered into your SQL database whenever a customer FTPs it to you?

Flow can handle that.

Need alerts sent out, a new record created in your Finance, HR, and service systems, and some document folders created whenever a new client is entered in your system?

Flow can handle that.

Need your kids to stop saying they are full when it’s time to eat broccoli, but then they immediately go and ask for Oreos?

Flow can’t help you with that,
but have you considered Oreo-battered broccoli tempura?

PowerApps

PowerApps is a replacement for Microsoft Access. PowerApps is what Microsoft Access always wished it was.

Let's Talk About PowerApps

Capable of running on the web, on your phone, and anything in between, PowerApps is a serious (and seriously evolving!) contender in the rapid application development space.

Its value doesn’t just lie in quick applications, though. Savvy PowerApps users know how to mix and match data from multiple applications within a single PowerApp. Some users that are savvier still know how to tango around licensing restrictions unscathed using PowerApps.

Want to give your 500 field workers a small window into your SharePoint library?

Want a cost-effective messaging system that will tell you if your staff read and acknowledged your all-staff message?

Get signatures? Take pictures? Review reports? Work offline?

Now you can.

Collaboration

Teams. Project. Planner. Smartsheet. Jira. + Many More

Let's Talk About Collaboration

Sure, Microsoft is good at naming project management tools, but which one should you leverage within your organization? Are Asana, Smartsheet, Wrike, or Jira better options?

It depends. Granted, engineers (like us) LOVE saying “it depends”, but only because it really does depend on how you work and what you hope to achieve.

Office 365 is more than email, more than document storage. It is transforming into the central hub where business gets done. It is transforming into a development platform.