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5 Easy Steps to Set Up a CRM Using SharePoint and Office 365

A CRM solution can provide a lot of perks for your sales team. Tracking the complete lifecycle of your sales deals and activities is not a small thing. As we all know, the Covid-19 virus outbreak has left many companies feeling as if they can't invest in new software solutions. However, a CRM is too valuable a tool pass up regardless of uncertain economic times. We can give you an upper hand in finding a feasible and practical CRM solution. Today we are going to discuss 5 easy steps to set up a CRM using SharePoint and Office 365.

5 Useful Tips HR Teams Can Use to Handle Remote Working

Over the past several weeks, it's become apparent that the shift to remote working may be more permanent than many companies realized. What was originally supposed to be two weeks of social distancing has turned into two months. With widespread remote working looking like the new norm, HR teams need to be preparing to institute more long-term human resources solutions. Let's take a look at several tips that HR teams can use to adapt to remote working.

5 Strategies for Building Team Collaboration

Right now, more than ever, effective team collaboration is a key component of any successful business.

10 Ways to Make Online Meetings with Microsoft Teams More Productive

Forced social distancing as a result of coronavirus outbreak has led to many businesses resorting to remote working. While some organizations have quickly adapted, many are in triage mode. They aren't very familiar with online working environments and consequently are struggling. Working online from home can be extremely effective and productive when you do it right. Microsoft Teams is a great tool for companies to use to help with remote working. To help you make the best use of the platform, here are 10 ways to make an online meeting with Microsoft Teams more productive.

Preventing Employee Burnout

The Turnover Problem

It's not secret that companies everywhere are struggling to retain their talent. The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that in 2019 the annual average turnover rate in the U.S. was 44.3%. Employee turnover is expensive. According to analyst Josh Bersin, the total cost of losing an employee can range from tens of thousands of dollars to almost two times their annual salary. Enough losses like these in a year can be devastating to a company's bottom line. Unfortunately, there is no magic bullet to solving this problem. There are many factors that contribute to the increasing turnover rate. However, there is one factor that stands out when compared to others: employee burnout.

How to Enhance an Existing Office 365 Group with Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups are the latest additions to the Office 365 Suit. There are a lot of things you can do with the latest editions to the Microsoft package. It's important that businesses learn all the can so they can use these tools to improve their performance and effectiveness. In this blog, we will help you gain a deeper insight into how to enhance an existing Office 365 Group with Microsoft Teams.

Tips for Increasing Employee Performance

A company's performance is synonymous with its employees'. Industry giants have witnessed their profits grow annually as they invested more into boosting their employee performance and productivity. Facebook's per-employee profits, based on last year's profit of $16 billion divided by their number of employees, made $634,694 per employee. Another example is Apple who made $48.3 billion last year, and had an average per-employee earning of $393,097. Microsoft raked in $21.2 billion in 2018, which comes out to $171,000 per employee.

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