One more company goes for Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite
Microsoft has just announced that Tesco, the UK-based retailer, had decided to pick Office 365 as its number one communication and collaboration solution for most of its 500,000 workers around the world.The company currently has 6,000 stores worldwide, so Office 365 is going to play a key role in the way its staff work and collaborate on internal projects.
“We want to put technology in the hands of all our colleagues, whether in the store, distribution center or office, so they can create value for our customers,” said Mike McNamara, chief information officer, Tesco. “We see Office 365 as an important solution to help us continue to meet that goal.”
This is the second big win of the week for Office 365, as Microsoft has recently announced that the city of Chicago had also picked its very own service for emails and collaboration tools.