Increase efficiency, reduce turnover, and save time with Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 saves companies time and money by increasing first-line employee productivity, performance, and job satisfaction. According to a 2017 Forrester study, #Office365 reduces turnover for first-line workers by 8%, increases manager productivity by 16.6%, and saves first-line workers 28 minutes each day--which over 3 years totals $6.7 million in time savings. At Hogan Consulting Group, we know that expanding #Office365 to your front line will improve your bottom line. Let us show you how.

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Microsoft Office 365 saves companies time and money by increasing first-line employee productivity, performance, and job satisfaction.

According to a 2017 Forrester study, #Office365 reduces turnover for first-line workers by 8%, increases manager productivity by 16.6%, and saves first-line workers 28 minutes each day—which over 3 years totals $6.7 million in time savings.

At Hogan Consulting Group, we know that expanding #Office365 to your front line will improve your bottom line. Let us show you how.

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Aaron Clark

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