Switching from Analog to Digital Solutions

Posted by Gretchen Thomas on January 25, 2021
Business Productivity, Cloud Services, Microsoft Teamwork Solutions

Before switching to a Digital Business, employees at Clifton Coffee Roasters used analog solutions to communicate. They physically printed out all documents, filled them out by hand, and then brought them into the office. In the office, they would get scanned and entered into a computer. Sounds tedious, right?

Making the Switch from Analog to Digital

Powered by Teamwork solutions from Microsoft, Clifton Coffee Roasters team members communicate better than ever. Now, their team members stay connected from wherever they are located. With flexible communication tools like Forms, employees can contribute and work together on shared documents from personal devices. No printing or scanning required.

Check out this video (or read the transcript below) to learn how this business switched from analog to digital business solutions by connecting their teams and resources with help from Microsoft solutions.

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Video Transcript

We used to use a lot of paper from invoicing to timesheets to engineering logs for our food accreditation service. In the roastery, we had to physically write a list or sign off check sheets every morning when we opened to show that we were safe for food production. And we’re able to take a lot of those forms and make them paperless.

And then the other big one was when I used to visit coffee farms, I’d be scribbling notes on the back of a notepad or on my phone and then trying to either send the information back or get it back to the office so we could just be able to tell the story. Microsoft has allowed us to record this information through forms and allow anyone in my team to get access to it in real-time.

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