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Nebraska Furniture Mart embraces Microsoft 365 to work smarter

What do you do when faced with disparate solutions for hybrid work? Microsoft Teams creates the digital equivalent of the spontaneous communications that happen in an office setting, so employees feel connected, collaborative, and safe. Nebraska Furniture Mart (NFM) implemented Microsoft Teams in their effort to streamline communication tools. The combination of Teams and a hybrid work policy expanded their recruiting area, drawing talent by offering leading-edge tools and a people-first culture.

Consolidating on a single solution drives efficiency and collaboration, improving customer service—all while saving costs.

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The value of low-code: turn your bright ideas into brilliant apps

Low-code unlocks team innovation and turns ideas into brilliant apps. Microsoft Power Apps allows fast and secure app development with its simple pre-built templates, adding value to your business. Low-code is the key that empowers developers across all skillsets. See Microsoft Power Apps full benefits here.

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Connect your business to drive productivity and profits

With Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, you can connect operations across your business and supercharge your growth.

Legacy systems can’t always manage the complexity of a growing business. Incomplete data and tedious reporting can create blind spots that lead to faulty decisions. With Dynamics 365, you can create a single source of truth by seamlessly sharing data across every line of business, helping your employees work faster and smarter.

This detailed infographic shows what’s driving the need for new ERP systems and the advantages of Dynamics 365 Business Central.

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Why your business should be based on the recurring revenue model

It’s possible to build a successful business on one-off sales, but nowadays it can be tough to make this traditional model sustainable. If you’re thinking about starting your own business or taking the one you currently have to a new level, then you should give serious thought to the recurring revenue model, where customers pay a monthly or yearly fee.

Whether you’re in the business of software, content creation, physical products, or productized services, the recurring revenue model is based on predictable revenues occurring at regular intervals—and that might just be the secret to success.

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To Make Hybrid Work, Solicit Employees’ Input

By now you’ve probably implemented at least a partial hybrid work model, but does it take into account the needs of your employees? Learn what questions to ask to develop the best plan for your business, some scenarios to consider, and why flexibility to pivot may be critical to your organization’s survival, even if things seem to be working.

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Hybrid Work: A Guide for Business Leaders

Hybrid work has been a big shift, and Microsoft leaned into their growth mindset culture to take a ‘learn it all’ approach in adapting to the reality of modern customer and employee needs. The result? A guide for leaders about how understanding people, places, and processes can enable innovation and success.

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