Using Microsoft Teams to bring a remote workforce together
Met the needs of remote workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic
Future proofed the client’s strategic approach to communications
Delivered the project on time and within budget
Created a user-friendly best practice guide to project management that the client can use to tackle projects in the year ahead
Our not-for-profit client had an outdated telephone system, which was out of line with new ways of working introduced during the pandemic. We set out on a mission to bring the charity’s communications into the digital era, helping to keep its team connected and supporting its strategic goals.
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To make a successful transition from a telephone system to Microsoft Teams, we needed to work hand-in-hand with the client’s technology and data team.
Effective collaboration and project management enabled us to meet the client’s needs for gathering requirements, procurement, delivery, testing and rollout.
Our unique blended teams approach allowed us to not only bridge the organisation’s resource gap, but also upskill their internal team.
Providing the client with a valuable set of collateral around project management best practice will ensure they’re set up for future transformation success.
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Delivering a high-level ISO readiness review
Ensuring the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce to achieve ISO status.
Transformational change for higher education
Using a blended team model to deliver change with Aston University