HELPING THE MANUFACTURING AND DISTRIBUTION INDUSTRIES REALISE THEIR POTENTIAL WITH OFFICE 365

Increase efficiency with SharePoint and Office 365

The manufacturing and distribution industries have always required managers to balance competing pressures. In a globalised economy, controlling for supply and demand is more complex than ever as goods, materials and labour are sourced from ever further afield. Costs are increasing yet there is further pressure to maintain or even reduce prices. Add to this a demand for innovation through research and design which results in the need to protect a company’s intellectual property. Now more than ever, technology is crucial for streamlining manufacturing and distribution business processes, collaborating across geographies and communicating with suppliers.

Embrace digital transformation

With a digital workspace built on SharePoint or Office 365 your organisation can benefit from enhanced security features to ensure your data is protected and vast productivity toolsets to ensure your teams operate more efficiently together.

Break down organisational silos

Whether you need quick access to project sites or warehouse stock information Office 365 enables you to tap into the wider knowledge of your organisation, breaking down traditional working silos, to share information, and ideas faster.

Increase your productivity

With Office 365, your employees can surface the content that matters most through tools like Delve, they can collaborate together through HD video conferencing and share content with suppliers externally through SharePoint Online.

Just some of the clients we have helped adopt SharePoint and Office 365

Vodafone Murphy Group Pizza Hut Restaurants Mace Group Easy Jet Canon

As the UK’s largest SharePoint consultancy, and Microsoft’s leading Office 365 partner, Content and Code have helped more than 300 clients including; Balfour Beatty, the BBC, Condé Nast, Everything Everywhere, Metro Bank, Wates Construction and Vodafone achieve their business goals with Microsoft technologies. Content and Code can help you too.

Start your Office 365 journey with an award winning Microsoft Partner

Content and Code are a multi-award winning Office 365 and SharePoint partner based in London. Our aim is to change the way the manufacturing and distribution industries work. We strive to help organisations realise measurable benefits from any Office 365 investment. We will work with your organisation not only deliver on immediate goals but making sure that productivity and collaboration is at the heart of what you do.

Office 365

Free your teams and allow them to reach their full potential with the world’s most advanced enterprise productivity platform.

Exchange Online

Exchange Online is the email client built for Office 365 allowing you to turbo charge productivity and love email again.

Yammer

Yammer is Microsoft’s social network that enables staff to collaborate share ideas across the whole organisation, faster.

SharePoint

Allow your organisation to collaborate on content that matters, with the most powerful content management platform.

Ready to make the move to Office 365? Speak to Content and Code today

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