When it came time to take the Martin Jetpack into commercial production and onto the global market, the company that created it turned to Office 365.
Martin Aircraft’s Chief Executive Officer Peter Coker, in a post on the Office Blogs, says he was looking for an “IT partner” at this critical juncture in the product’s evolution.
“I don’t know much about IT— I’m more interested in outcomes — but when they showed me Microsoft Office 365, I knew we had found what we needed,” Coker writes.
Specifically, it was Office 365 that brought this growing sector of the company reliable Web-based email that’s easily accessible across mobile devices, the ability to work on documents simultaneously across time zones, Web conferencing and instant messaging.
For more on how Office 365 helped take Martin Aircraft’s Jetpack to new heights, check out the full case study.
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