The Intrazone continues to spotlight Microsoft partners, the people and companies who deliver solutions and services to empower our customers to achieve more. In our fifth partner episode, we talk with Noorez Khamis (VP of Technology and Co-founder | Creospark) and his customer, Denise Strong (Director of Information | Special Olympics Canada).
Special Olympics Canada provides opportunities for all athletes in the movement to have input into and access decision-making processes. They strive to enrich the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through sport – beautifully summed up in their motto: "An inclusion movement powered by sport."
Creospark aims to transform your workplace into an enthusiastic environment for your people to work better, faster, and smarter. And their process is grounded with compassion, to facilitate the right change to support people and to give back.
In this episode, our discussion centers around Special Olympics need to further centralize and organize in a single, digital location. We focus on their extranet, moving away from Dropbox, and streamlining content and conversation from headquarters to branch office – and back.
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