To effectively promote awareness of the rare disease Ataxia, SoftwareONE helped the non-profit organization Hope for Ataxia to significantly improve the performance and security of its website by moving to Azure.
A hospitality organization underwent a license audit by Oracle. SoftwareONE reviewed the audit and determined that most of the non-compliance claims were incorrect and helped to reduce costs to $45K and to save $1.7M on support annually.
An automotive company wanted to expand its Oracle licensing estate. To avoid unnecessary expenses, SoftwareONE’s Software Compliance Review helped to optimize its licenses and reduce the financial impact from the initial $12M to $260K.
SoftwareONE's Adoption & Change Management Advisory service helped the City of Lincoln Council to encourage employee adoption of M365, to maximize ROI, and enable effective remote working, especially when Covid-19 constraints emerged.
Developing a new Azure Identity Management strategy, SoftwareONE helped Helen Keller Intl, a global non-profit, to empower its staff with smooth and secure user access to O365 tools for reliable communication across the globe.