2021 has been an interesting year, to say the least. With evolving COVID restrictions and adjustments, we’ve spent the majority of this year working remotely, hardly spending any time in the same physical space as our teammates, clients, and partners. Despite this, Blueshift has continued to thrive over the course of the year, finishing the year poised to start 2022 strong after we return from some much-needed breaks with friend and family for the holidays.
I’d like to take a moment to thank those partners and clients that have worked with us this year, for your trust in the Blueshift team to do great work and deliver outstanding results, no matter the project. We added several new clients to our roster this year, as well as continuing to build the relationships we value with clients that have been with us for some time.
As we move into the close of this year, and look forward into 2022, we reflect on some of our key accomplishments this year, with the launch of Blueshift Connects, our first web part officially listed in the Office Store, and even our first webinar appearance! I look forward eagerly to what will come in 2022, with big plans and an approach to challenge ourselves to always do better.
To those who are already a part of the team, thank you for your efforts so far, and for the energy and enthusiasm you bring into next year. For those who aren’t a part of the team yet, we should talk about how we can make that happen.
Happy Holidays from the Blueshift Team.
This year we've published 43 blog posts and we look forward to creating more content to help our online community.
In this webinar, Michael joined Peter Carson, President of Extranet User Manager to demonstrate how a mutual client leveraged Microsoft 365 to build out a streamlined process for managing their multi-year construction projects.
Featuring Microsoft Forms, Power Platform, SharePoint and Teams, this Tech Mash-up demonstrated how it only takes a few minutes to make the most of the tools you already have at your fingertips. With more people working from home and our quickly changing work environment, it’s worth knowing how it all works.
The past year has been rough for people and organizations big and small. This year, we want to support Manitoba non-profit organizations by sharing our Microsoft 365 consulting services.
We opened the nomination process to the public allowing organizations to nominate themselves or one that they want to support.
Public voting was open for a month which is when everyone was encouraged to vote for the organization to get into the shortlist.
Our panel of judges helped us in selecting the winner from the shortlist of candidates.
West Central Women's Resource Centre was selected as the winner of the first ever Blueshift Connects contest!