Do you work in the 3rd sector or for a non-profit organisation?

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Microsoft Office 365

Do you spend a lot of time carrying out paper based processes and trying to find information stored in multiple locations?

If so, you could be eligible for a free Office 365 subscription from Microsoft.

Microsoft strives to make its software accessible to non-profit organisations through their software donation programs. To be eligible for the free software you must be recognised as a charitable organisation, operate on a not for profit basis and have a mission that is to benefit the local community.

 

The third sector Microsoft Office 365 subscription includes cloud versions of Microsoft SharePoint, OneDrive and Lync.

Your organisation could take advantage of:

  • Centralised document storage and class leading document management with SharePoint
  • Cloud storage for personal or work files with OneDrive
  • Video conferencing and instant messaging with Lync
  • Lists, workflows and out of the box templates designed to simplify and automate your business processes

For more information on the benefits of Microsoft Office 365 or to determine if your organisation is eligible, contact Bridgeall. We work closely with many 3rd sector companies and will advise you on the correct solution for your needs.

Contact us today, after all, it’s not often you get something for FREE.

 

 

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