11 Dec 2019 by Mike Weaver
Integration: The Final Step in Change Management
The final step in successful change management is the Integration stage. Here’s how to bring everything together. Watch now.
It’s been an incredible and very busy year, I can’t believe another year has passed. I’m grateful to be surrounded by such an amazing team at Quadrotech. We’ve accomplished many things this year. I don’t think one blog can capture everything that happened in 2015, it would end up being a much longer document than anyone could read. Let me touch on some of the key highlights however…
We not only doubled our workforce during 2015, but we doubled the number of archive and PST projects completed (migrating over 3.5 PB and more than one million users in the process). We introduced new products and new technologies, bolstered our research and development, and made some enormous strides in cloud-based migrations and green energy use.
Not only that, but we completed the third element in our ‘triple stack’ proposition – MailboxShuttle, which began shipping this year, making Quadrotech the only single vendor with a comprehensive solution covering all email and archive migration requirements (something I’m very proud of). It’s one of the reasons we started Quadrotech almost 4 years ago. And it’s one of the unique things that only Quadrotech can do.
As we enter the new year, I wanted to take a quick look at some of 2015’s key achievements:
So what of the future? We’ll continue innovating, with new products that will solve long standing customer issues all integrated into a common framework – with an even broader range of services. Further releases of AIP are already scheduled and our exciting new HOTS protocol will release publicly shortly, enabling faster migrations to the cloud without needing a massive WAN footprint.
We expect to influence over $800 million of Office 365 revenue for Microsoft in 2016, and we will be doubling our workforce yet again, for the third year in succession!
So with that, we wish you all happy holidays and a wonderful new year. I can’t express enough how thankful we are for your support, and we can’t wait to show you what we’re working on for 2016.