The Benefits Of Microsoft Planner For Your Business

The Benefits Of Microsoft Planner For Your Business

Microsoft Planner offers businesses a visual way to track and manage projects and other work. Available on the web and as a mobile app, Planner serves as a hub for all team members to organize tasks while allowing other members to view and access them. 

Microsoft Planner isn’t your typical Kanban framework but one built for collaboration and efficiency. How should it be used for your business, and why? Our experts take a deep dive.

As Microsoft’s ecosystem typically works, Planner can be integrated into other Microsoft solutions. When integrated, Planner becomes a complete organizational tool. Employees can share projects and tasks, discuss and organize assignments, and collaborate through several communication methods. From chat, voice, and video calls, Microsoft Planner makes it simple to stay in contact with co-workers at all times.

Here at radius180, not only do we use Planner for our business, but we recommend it for yours, too. It helps employees to manage to-do items and deliverables, as opposed to traditional project management tools that are meant to be managed by an expert and are less intuitive.

Accountability and productivity are two components of Planner that we love here at radius180. Planner makes it simpler for your staff to follow their work and immediately see their tasks while being reminded of what they need to complete.

 With Planner, there is no more need to set reminders in Outlook, thumb through pages of meeting notes to find due dates, or supervisors constantly reminding employees of what needs to be done and by when. Priority levels can be set on tasks to assist employees in understanding what needs to be done right away and what can wait. 

If you’re ready to integrate Microsoft Planner into your business, we’re ready to help. Here at radius180, we believe in relationship-based solutions so that we can all grow and #DoA180 together. Let’s begin.

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