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Office365 . Transforming Small Business. Andre Schlender Solution Architect. Introduction. Setting the scene Unpacking Office 365 Case study 1 Case study 2 Conclusion Lively d ebate. Small Business in Australia. Part of the overall economy. Distribution by sector.

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office365

Office365

Transforming Small Business

Andre SchlenderSolution Architect

introduction
Introduction
  • Setting the scene
  • Unpacking Office 365
  • Case study 1
  • Case study 2
  • Conclusion
  • Livelydebate
small business in australia
Small Business in Australia

Part of the overall economy

Distribution by sector

technology base in small business
Technology base in Small Business

Recent clients

  • 2 or 3 desktop computers
  • Small Business Server a desktop and a laptop
  • 1 desktop and IPads

More interesting …

  • 1 SBS, 1 desktop and 23 smart phones
unpacking office 365
Unpacking Office 365

Components

  • Email / Exchange
  • Document management / SharePoint
  • Small applications / SharePoint
  • Communication / Lync
  • Productivitytools / MS Office

Implications …

  • Access to current / high-end technology for minimal investment
  • Disasterrecoverybuild in
case s tudy 1
Case Study 1

Sector: Building / Demolition / Resource Recovery

Background:

  • Companyspecialises in recycling of demolitionmaterial.
  • More than 150 pieces of equipment (trucks, crushers, excavators etc.
  • Equipment needs to bemaintained and scheduled, compliance information providedetc
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Case Study 1

Pressures:

  • Legislativecompliance – assets, OHS
  • Costs – equipmentutilization, staff time

Requirements:

  • Management of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
  • Track plant maintenance history
  • Asset management
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Case Study 1

Past: The uglytruth

case s tudy 13
Case Study 1

Present: Light at the end of the tunnel

Link to demo

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Case Study 1

Future: Transformed business and work practices

Plans to extend solution

  • Generateweeklytasklist for maintenance workshop
  • Archiving option for sold/retiredequipment
  • Scan and sendequipment log sheet
  • Link into stock control for workshop
case s tudy 2
Case Study 2

Sector: Health Services / Private practice

Scenario:

  • Small and/or rural and remotehospitalsdon’t have a doctor on-site 24/7
  • Patient evaluation and medicationcouldberequiredafterhours / weekend
  • Medicationchartsrequirereview and signature by doctor
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Case Study 2

Present: Get in or Fax

Process:

  • Nurse call doctor and discusses patient
  • Nurse partlyfills in form and faxes to doctor
  • Doctorfills in the rest of form,signs and returns by fax (generallywithin 24 hours)
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Case Study 2

The solution: Telehealth

  • Mixed solution withvideoconferencing and O365

Challenges:

  • How does the form which has been partly completed by the nurse at the hospital “appear” on the doctor’s desktop
  • How does the doctor type into the form?
  • Free-hand signature needs to be supported
  • The form has to exactly match the hard-copy form used.
  • Patient data is highly sensitive and should only be stored for a minimal amount of time.
conclusion
Conclusion

Primary drivers

  • Not about rationalizing the workforce but optimizingresources
  • Easecomplianceburden

Small business can lead the way

  • No massive investment in outdatedtechnology
  • Simplerdecisionmakingprocesses
  • Training needseasier to address
  • No up-front investmentrequired