WorkPoint 365 makes it fast and easy to build modular solutions – with no development or coding.
WorkPoint 365 structures data via SharePoint and bridges to Microsoft 365 – As a result, you receive a seamless and future-proof cloud solution.
Together with the automated classification and inheritance of data, oversight and control is ensured, which makes it possible to scale WorkPoint 365 for an enterprise solution.
WorkPoint makes it fast and easy to archive and journalize mails. By integrating a drag and drop functionality combined with an intuitive search tool, this saves users in many hours of systemizing their mails.
With most of Europe in a second lockdown right now, a lot of the measures many businesses put in place to do digital transformation and allow remote working at the start of the first one are again proving their worth.
Yes, it seems as though many of the adjustments made are longer term than previously thought. However, with remote and hybrid working now the norm – and actually preferable for many employees – companies need to ensure that their staff have access to all of the tools they need to make working in this way a continued success.
This means ensuring that all of the digital transformation initiatives in place provide as much value and functionality as possible.
As we’ve discussed previously, Microsoft Teams is fast becoming the platform of choice for many businesses with distributed workforces. Its spectacular growth over the past few months is testament to that – and is largely down to the different features offered and the number of business applications it can accommodate.
However, in partnership with additional solutions – such as WorkPoint – Teams can quickly become the front-end application for a whole host of additional features. For example, using WorkPoint 365, additional data and documents from other Microsoft 365 products can be easily found and accessed – without even leaving Teams.
Teams is best known as a communications and collaboration platform. And while, for the most part, a lot of Teams’ features are for internal use only within a business – increasingly there’s a need for companies to share certain documents and files externally; with customers and partners.
Again, there are solutions like ours out there on the market providing this additional functionality. But being able to provide access in this way means that security has to be front and centre. It needs to be tightly managed and permission-based.
Microsoft 365 is fantastic in the way in which it’s accessible remotely, via the cloud. And while its services continue to evolve, as many businesses start to realise just how diverse a range of features their staff need to remain productive, the platform can often feel slightly limited.
If we all continue to work in this way for the next two years (which is realistic), company bosses need to continually ask what other tools their staff need to manage hybrid and remote working.
To a great extent, this comes down to the size and nature of their business, the sector they operate in, and the functions they have within their company. But considering areas like project, HR, contract, and case management are pretty universal – it’s clear a scalable, secure, and sophisticated set of tools are needed to help employees continue to thrive; whatever the future of work involves.