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.
For companies large and small, all across the world, the digital transformation journey continues – Starting with Microsoft Teams.
However, while switching from on-premise servers and solutions to cloud-based SaaS platforms is all well and good from a business, financial, and innovation perspective; for users the overall effect is, well, just as bewildering.
Why? Because instead of having ten different programmes to navigate on-screen, they now have ten different ‘apps’ open use instead!
But that’s all set to change, as one favoured platform continues to incorporate a raft of new functionality: Microsoft Teams.
As we’ve discussed previously, Teams continues to be billed as Microsoft’s (and its customers’) preferred collaboration app going forward.
User accessibility inside Teams is growing – as are its features and functions. It’s somewhere employees can chat, collaborate, share information, and much more. The issue is, users need access to so many different other Microsoft (and non-MS) apps on a day-to-day basis.
It’s not just a case of being able to open Excel sheets and Word documents in Teams; employees in enterprises and medium-sized businesses need oversight of automations and business processes; they need to ensure governance, and structure; they need access to project management software – a central point of sanity where they can find, access, and use all of these applications.
Teams is the logical place to make all of that happen – and Microsoft is working on ways to do exactly that. But with WorkPoint it’s already possible: right now.
WorkPoint’s aim is to complete the customers’ journey to the cloud. That’s why we’ve worked hard to ensure that our customers can gain access to Microsoft’s entire cloud platform – including the Power platform and niche applications for everything from HR, project management, legal case management, and finance – in the Teams interface.
Given the increase in the number of digital services that users now need access to – alongside the growth of innovative new tech such as AI, machine learning, chatbots, digital signature, reporting insights – there’s a need for greater solutions integration: sooner rather than later.
Teams has experienced a huge amount of growth in the recent months, but right now, it’s only geared up for what businesses need today.
That’s why, WorkPoint’s aim is to keep developing a platform that’s fit for tomorrow: one that can scale; integrate open APIs; and run legacy on-prem, public, and private cloud applications.
But that doesn’t mean we aim to compete with Microsoft. By doing all of this, we’re also reflecting Microsoft’s long-term vision too. As they focus on aligning themselves with – rather than competing with and prohibiting – the likes of SAP, Adobe, and Salesforce, the aim is to bring more value to customers.
In this way, like Microsoft, WorkPoint is committed to becoming a cloud enabler.