BrevAll Technologies Empowers Companies to Leverage Microsoft Teams to Improve Team Collaboration

Microsoft Teams is a tool that dramatically enhances every employee’s ability to collaborate by integrating the functions of chat, meetings, calls and collaboration into a single platform. With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, mandatory precautions have forced small to midsized businesses (SMBs) across the country to innovate after being thrust into an immediate need to keep their operations running, remotely.

BrevAll Technologies is proactively helping customers transition their staff to a remote workforce by leveraging Microsoft Teams. While working remotely is the “new normal” among many businesses, some companies are reluctant to change, often citing intangible benefits of working in a shared physical location. However, such assertions lack supporting data according to a 2019 study conducted by Forrester Consulting titled, “The Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Teams”. In fact, according to the researchers, “information workers were able to save 4hrs/wk through improved collaboration and information sharing,” thereby giving many employees the extra time they needed to finally catch up on all the loose ends that often interrupt operations.

Furthermore, the researchers determined “An average of 150 overnight trips were replaced with online meetings by year 3.” Regardless of industry, every business stands to benefit greatly from the dramatic reduction in costs associated with decreasing travel budgets as well as helping to combat COVID-19.

We’ve been helping businesses transition to a more remote workforce for several years and it’s not as complicated as many business owners make it out to be,” stated Paul Enloe, CEO at BrevAll Technologies. “Business owners need to understand that the technology has matured to the point where they can recreate those same interactive moments of connection and collaboration using Microsoft Teams, that in decades past, could only be achieved through the use of a physical office.” Paul later continued, “Due to the Coronavirus, many business owners don’t have a choice but to adapt, but we’re seeing that once businesses embrace this shift they end up with a more productive team that responds quicker to immediate business needs.”

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