Cloud Adopt for Microsoft 365
Chess Cloud Adopt powered by Brainstorm Inc, is a cloud-based training platform that accelerates learning and improves your employee proficiency in Microsoft 365 applications
Change Adoption: The Key to Your Microsoft 365 Success
Chess Cloud Adopt powered by Brainstorm Inc, is a cloud-based training platform that accelerates learning and improves your employee proficiency in Microsoft 365 applications.
Its interactive training, how-to-guides, instructional videos, and customised learning paths give employees hands-on experience that better equips them for their role.
While your people are learning, Chess Cloud Adopt transforms insight on employee training into usage reports that include employee adoption of tools and an overview of progress
Key Benefits of Cloud Adopt for Microsoft 365
Reduce security risk in your business by ensuring your people are aware of best practices.
Increase productivity and protect return on investment.
Robust and flexible training content.
Increase employee knowledge on tools they use everyday.
Employee guided learning paths are customised to different learning styles and roles within your business.
Chess is a Gold accredited Microsoft partner
We are on the Microsoft Technology Adoption Program (TAP) which allows our technical architects and solution specialists to work together with Microsoft on new features, advise on new developments and be the first to test the new releases
Compare the features of Cloud Adopt and Cloud Adopt Plus
Chess Cloud Adopt
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Our Approach to Change Management
Stephen Dracup, COO at Chess, gives some pointers on how to get your people to buy into a change program using a simple three-stage method.
Learn Why Projects Fail
Megan Yates, Business Sales Team Leader at Chess, looks at her recent experience as an Adoption and Change Management Consultant at a large law firm who chose Chess to help them connect their people with a new communications solution.
Hybrid Work According to our People
Tim Wilkinson-Hall, Head of Knowledge and Culture at Chess, shares the key learnings from the ‘home first’ survey we undertook in the company.