With the lockdown showing no signs of easing off, the core team of 30 employees based out of Ahmedabad tried Microsoft Teams to see if it could help them collaborate. Within a couple of days, it became a habit and they started conducting their daily 10:30 a.m. meeting virtually on Teams. In barely over a week, more than 300 employees moved to Teams and began to rapidly expand how they used the platform from basic communication to collaborating and co-working remotely.
“Even though it was a new platform, I found Teams to be very intuitive to use,” says Rajvanshi, who manages trainings. “However, we had to improvise. Instead of training large groups, we broke them down into smaller groups and even individuals. But now we can do trainings on demand and don’t have to wait for a group of employees.”