BrightStarr and Unily recognized at Microsoft public sector day
We’re delighted to announce that at Microsoft UK’s Public Sector Day, BrightStarr were recognised for the work they are doing with the Royal Free Hospital, a major NHS teaching hospital and NATS, a global leader in air traffic control services.
As a 100% Microsoft focused consultancy, we work closely with the Royal Free Hospital and NATS to help, helping them to utilize collaboration technology in the public sector.
We were a final runner-up for the Digital Transformation Partner award for the work we are doing with the Royal Free Hospital in London. Their digital workplace is built on our complete digital workplace solution, which is built on Microsoft Azure and integrates with the best of Office 365 including SharePoint Online, Yammer, OneDrive for Business and Skype for Business, for seamless collaboration and communication.
Will Smart, CIO at Royal Free, sat down with us at last November’s Social Media in the Large Enterprise Conference in London to discuss their new digital workplace and why Unily's complete digital workplace solution was the best choice for an innovate hospital. Hear why they chose Unily and the power of the Microsoft Cloud to enhance their internal communications and collaboration.
Samuel, Son & Co. Limited looks to bolster internal communications as they continue to operate an integrated network of metal manufacturing, processing and distribution divisions. Unily, who create the next generation of intranet, will help transform the way the business communicates and works.
Unily’s Digital Experience Cloud has been designed from the ground up to enable businesses to engage their people and be more productive using cutting-edge technology. With a brand new best-in-class form building capability, Unily’s DXC can now deliver an even more engaging and even more transactional set of digital experiences for all your users.
Slater & Gordon set a vision of continuing to provide world-class consumer legal services with a next-generation digital workplace by Unily.
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