The Office 365 licensing structure can be confusing, and Microsoft updates this continually to ensure Office 365 users are getting the most for their money. There are a number of plans available based on your business size and needs, so there’s definitely a plan for you. There’s a few things you should consider before buying your licenses.
Profile your users
The first step when looking at licenses is profiling your users. Chances are, not all of your users are going to need every Office 365 application. TSG’s Office 365 experts will work with you to determine which licenses are best for your business; by implementing a mix of the right licenses you can save time and money.
Field based workers – Chances are, your field-based engineers won’t need the full productivity suite. Outlook, OneDrive and PowerAppswill allow your field staff to get on with the job at hand whilst removing paper-based processes.
Office workers – Your in-house staff are the ones most likely benefit from the full Office 365 productivity suite. Perhaps some will only need the online applications, whilst others will benefit from the fully-installed apps.
If you’re struggling to determine who will need what, TSG is more than happy to assist – together we can ensure you get the licenses that suit the structure and budget of your business. Get in touch today to discuss licensing.