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Porch increases productivity with Office 365

Porch, an online home iPorch mprovement network, had a mix of software, but needed a common set of technology tools to support its rapid growth.

The company tried using Google Apps in an effort to standardize, but opted to instead adopt Microsoft Office 365 to gain multiple cloud-based services that would help it run more cohesively and efficiently.

Employees now use comprehensive calendaring, document collaboration, and streamlined business practices, which have resulted in a boost in their productivity.  Read the Porch customer story to learn more.

 

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