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Happy New Year! We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for making 2016 an exciting year for us. This past year, Netwoven celebrated it’s 15th anniversary – celebration of innovation and excellence. This marked a significant milestone for Netwoven, which was first set up in 2001 by a handful of dedicated professionals.
This year is going by pretty fast seeing we’re already through Q1 for the current year. Microsoft has also been keeping us and our customers pretty busy with their rapid innovation cycle. I attended the Microsoft Envision conference this year and came away with one clear message: Microsoft wants to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. With that in mind, we’ve come across some very cool topics that you may find interesting. Check some of them out below
In warm appreciation of our partnership, Netwoven would like to extend their best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year. Netwoven helps customers do better business by leveraging our consultants industry-wide experience and deep technology expertise across verticals along with our comprehensive portfolio of Services. We are celebrating 2015 with the great success of Office 365 migration projects that we implemented for our customers.
Many of you are working on 2016 business plans and budgets as we embrace fall and look toward 2016. To assist you with planning, we’re offering 2-day Office365 Workshops and other resources below. Netwoven is dedicated to helping customers leverage improvements in technology to increase productivity and decrease costs. I hope you’ll review the resources below and contact us to discuss your needs.
Netwoven’s second quarter was quite eventful. We as a company have always taken up the challenge to provide solutions for the changing work environment and seeing a positive response for our work makes us appreciate our partners, customers and associates across the industry more.
Providing Thought Leadership to Enterprise Customers in Relationship Management & BI Tools IntegrationQ1 Newsletter
Netwoven is delighted to update you on opportunities to enrich your corporate IT environment and share breaking news from Microsoft. We also wish to thank you—our customers—for providing the opportunity to serve you.
Netwoven continues its tradition to provide valuable information for education as well as action.
Netwoven just completed its 3rd quarter by delivering on several new exciting and challenging projects and signing new clients.
The Office 365 footprint is expanding rapidly and Netwoven is helping our clients get the most out of the Office 365 platform.
As we witness 2014 FIFA World Cup fever across multiple continents, Netwoven has had our own burst of activities alongside this years mega sports event! We’ve scored wins by solving challenging yet fulfilling projects for accounts, receiving accolades from satisfied clients, teaching best practices via web seminars and engaging the NorCal community with in-person events.
Spring has arrived and nature is renewing all things in preparation again for winter. Just like nature’s unquenchable desire to grow, the Netwoven team has been studying new releases planned by Microsoft, including SharePoint 2015.
The appetite for improvements in IT continues to grow and Netwoven has had another 6 months of growth–both in its project and staffing businesses. We continue to serve clients with Microsoft, SAP and Salesforce.com solutions, integrating applications to enhance speed-to-decision in a competitive environment.
As we approach the mid-year, with the improving economy and technical innovation, there is a great deal of excitement on the impact of technical innovation on business models. Netwoven is well positioned to service the clients with their Enterprise Information Management needs. We look forward to continuing to serve you and would like to extend a special offer to you.
In 2001, Viraj and I left our positions at Microsoft and other businesses to launch a new venture. This was the year the Dot Com era experienced a great deal of pain and course correction
In spite of the gloomy state, we saw promising opportunities. We spent countless months exploring products and consulting ideas before finally settling on launching a consulting company that specialized in Enterprise Information Management.