Join us for the last installment of our Office 365 Webinar Series, all of our favorite “extra” tools included in O365. Fill out the form to register today!
We want to help churches understand the in’s and out’s of these applications, so that you can maximize the resources that are included in the Office 365 E1 (and above) package, which is available at no monthly cost to churches and non-profit organizations! By getting the most out of these features, you can improve your work flow and ultimately strengthen your ministry. We want to help you do that!
In this free 1-hour webinar, we will take a deep dive into the “extra” features of Office 365, including Forms, Stream, Sway, PowerBI, and Flow. Our own Elliott Wood will demonstrate a live demo of these tools and give practical applications of these features in several church-specific scenarios.
We’ve been working with churches for almost 20 years, and have been long-time fans of Microsoft’s services, and we simply want to share this knowledge with you so that you can take full advantage of the amazing features O365 has to offer!
Included in this webinar:
- A deep-dive into our favorite “extra” tools in Office 365
- Live demo of the tools
- Practical applications of the features in several church-specific scenarios
- Q&A with presenter Elliott Wood
If you have any questions about the webinar or want to talk to someone before signing up, feel free to email us at [email protected].
Since 2004, Elliott has served churches and ministries to help align their technology tools to their ministry mission and process. Elliott helps churches be more efficient and effective and spend less time managing their tools and more time doing ministry. One of Elliott’s greatest joys is spending time with church teams to map their ministry processes so that they can choose software that meets their needs instead of adapting their process to fit a specific software package’s methodology. When he’s not at the office, he enjoys time around a bar-b-que pit smoking brisket with friends or spending time with his wife Sara and sons Nathan and Calvin, both in high school and “full of irreverent humor.”