Enable rapid, effective and secure remote working with Microsoft Teams

More than ever, organisations need to keep moving by staying connected and productive in a more remote and distributed workplace environment. That’s why they are turning to Teams. Kiwi has helped 100’s of businesses transform their workplace experience with Teams, putting the power of Teams to work at the heart of their modern digital workspace.

How Kiwi Can Help

Kiwi can help you rapidly implement Teams to quickly adjust to remote working or as part of a wider program of change to transform your workplace experience. Our proven approach is delivered by experienced Microsoft experts covering assessment, planning, implementation, training and support.

This service delivers end-to-end guidance and support, from building a defined business case, integrating with apps or third-party tools to understanding what new features are mature enough and relevant to enhance user productivity.

Microsoft’s hub for intelligent collaboration

Microsoft Teams is perhaps the most revolutionary component of Microsoft 365. It’s a broad and continually expanding canvas for the new modern workplace experience, delivering users greater ability to enhance productivity, collaboration and responsiveness between their colleagues and customers.

Far more possibilities than you think!

Teams is far more than what you probably think. Teams builds on SharePoint, OneDrive and Skype for Business, delivering an intelligent collaboration platform with integrated telephony, video, chat, web conferencing, document sharing and meetings. As a true workspace for real-time project collaboration, this feature-rich platform opens a world of possibilities for you.

An Approach that works for you.

There are many approaches you can adopt when implementing Teams, one component at a time or many simultaneously – whatever is best for your business.

Kiwi has in-depth experience in helping companies to exploit all these possibilities against their individual scenarios and requirements. The adoption of Teams typically works well by identifying a suitable single workload, typically collaboration, and then expand its adoption as employees understand more of the feature and find new ways to use them.