Tampa, Florida— August 22 2014 — Forceworks, is pleased to announce the
addition of RapidStartTM for SharePoint Online. Following the tremendous
success of their RapidStartTM for Dynamics CRM Online, Forceworks has
extended the model to include SharePoint Online.
RapidStart is a fixed scope, fixed fee deployment model built around best
practices and leveraging knowledge gained from hundreds of custom
deployments. “What we found is that most customers, particularly in the SMB
space, have similar SharePoint requirements”, said Steve Mordue, CEO of
Forceworks, “this is the same realization that drove our RapidStart for
Dynamics CRM Online program”.
SharePoint Online is included with most Office 365 plans and since Office 365
is Microsoft’s fastest growing product in history, there are a lot of
businesses that already have access to SharePoint Online. “SharePoint
Tampa, Florida - July 22, 2014 - Forceworks, in only their third year as a
Microsoft Partner, picked up their first Partner of the Year Award at
Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Washington D.C.
Forceworks, based in Tampa, FL, was formerly a Consulting Partner with
Salesforce.com and switched to Dynamics CRM Online when Microsoft launched
the product just a few years ago. “While Salesforce.com had “owned” the
cloud CRM space for many years, we immediately saw the tremendous value for
our customers in a CRM platform that natively integrated with the Microsoft ... (more)
As some of you may know, we are producing a 5 part partner-facing webinar
series for Microsoft. The last episode was about how Dynamics CRM Online and
Office 365 enhance one another. While the entire series is intended for
Partner consumption, I thought I would crop out Patrick Anderson’s
excellent live demo of the experience of Dynamics CRM Online and Office 365
together. Patrick does a much better job of showcasing this than I ever
You will need to set aside a little time as this demo is about a half an hour
long, but I promise, you will be amazed at this experience. (T... (more)
Microsoft launched Office for iPad a couple of days ago. It is free for any
iPad user to read or present information, but requires an Office 365
subscription to create and edit. I personally do not have an iPad, but I know
than many (most) people do so I edited this demo video down to show what it
can do. It really is pretty darn cool, I might just have to get an iPad.
Source: Office for iPad is Here!
Forceworks Data, Data everywhere, but not a drop to drink.
Some of you younger whippersnappers may not remember the days when data was
stored in file cabinets. That’s not a metaphor, I mean actual metal file
cabinets. It’s true! In the olden days, we used to have rooms full of them.
We had a cabinet for employee records, another one for customer records, and
others for tax records, financial records, payroll records, marketing
records, sales records, active projects records, closed project records, old
Elvis Presley records… let’s just say lots of cabinets.
If I wanted to get an a... (more)