On this next episode of our Microsoft Partner series of the Intrazone. Mark and Chris talk with our partner Noorez Khamis from Creospark, along with Denise Strong, Director of Information at the Special Olympics Canada - a Creospark customer. The discussion centers around Special Olympics' need to further centralize and organize in a single, digital location. We focus on their extranet, moving away from Dropbox, and streamlining content and conversation from headquarters to branch office – and back. And their focus never veers from their motto: "An inclusion movement powered by sport."
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