SADA speeds Email deployment for schools and colleges by 30 to 50 Percent

SADA Systems is happy to be recognized as valuable partner in the cloud for educational institutions! Microsoft has recently profiled SADA Systems to demonstrate the intrinsic values that Live@edu implementation partners bring to schools eager to transition their outdated mail systems to the cloud. Many schools are struggling with under-performing systems that do not meet the contemporary needs of students and educators. As a result, there is an increasing number of schools looking for an innovative mail solution that support collaborative learning models. For example:

“Increasingly, schools and colleges are upgrading their communication and collaboration systems—and, in particular, adopting Live@edu—not just to boost general productivity, but to help build or extend untraditional models of education, such as distance learning.”

Overall, engaging a Live@edu deployment partner can benefit schools in multiple ways. Experienced specialists can help plan and execute Live@edu deployments in an efficient and timely manner. As a seasoned Microsoft Partner, SADA is adept at developing solutions that marries elements of the Live@edu platform and the needs of the clients.

“[SADA assisted the school with] implementing an additional script to deposit incoming email in both the legacy and Live@edu inboxes. As a result, Yuba is implementing its planned, gradual transition to the new email solution.”

Read more about how SADA is helping schools save time and money on their Live@edu deployments.

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