Adopting New Habits Is Hard Enough
Don’t make it harder on your users by not having a plan.
So get organized, and use this guide to direct your Microsoft Teams adoption so everything is awesome!
The core components of any adoption plan for Teams will include the following:
- Some early adopters
- An understanding of Chats, Teams, and Channels
- Monitoring usage and feedback
- Preparing to roll out organization-wide
Learn more about getting started with Microsoft Teams.
Going Organization-wide With Purpose
Beyond your initial rollout, maintaining momentum with integrations to your telephony systems and CRM’s like Salesforce.com come into play – which enables deeper adoption and context for your users in Microsoft Teams.
So whether you started with a pilot, and are now ready to go big, or you went all in on day one, these resources will help you navigate a meaningful deployment.
Learn more about going organization-wide with your Microsoft Teams deployment.
Accelerating Adoption with Woobot
Enabling your users to access important enterprise data natively in Microsoft Teams takes your rollout and adoption beyond simply connecting conversations to include the important data required to drive decision making as it happens. This is especially true with Salesforce, and we’ve made extending Microsoft Teams to include these integrations a breeze.
Learn more about how Woobot makes your Salesforce data totally awesome in Microsoft Teams.
Driving Adoption Is a Ongoing Process
The process of driving adoption never ends, and that’s not a bad thing.
Microsoft Teams product enhancements, onboarding new employees onto Microsoft Teams, and driving productivity over time requires a consistent approach.
Bringing It All Together
How your teams work is fundamentally changing, and it’s happening crazy fast – which is why rolling out solutions with a plan is critical to unlocking the value from Microsoft Teams.
You can’t just install collaboration and messaging into your culture and hope for the best. You have to foster it from within, and support it with technology in the right context. It’s a nuanced topic that puts user experience and the integration front and center – so keep it simple at first, and layer in additional capability over time.
It’s pretty simple.
We want to make working with enterprise data as easy as chatting in Microsoft Teams because it just makes sense.
Now it’s your turn to experience the magic!