The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is forcing organizations around the world to rethink how they work as more teams move to virtual environments. Decisions is no different. Our first step was to ensure the health and safety of our employees by transitioning the entire Decisions team to work-from-home. Like many others, we also want to do our part – however small – to support our communities.
We want to help the organizations in our community on the front lines of COVID-19 to return to normal as quickly as possible. One way to do that is to ensure they have the tools to operate remotely most effectively. Virtual meetings require a completely different way of planning and running them, with proper agendas, time tracking and following up on tasks to keep things moving forward.
Starting today and through the end of August, Decisions will be available for free to all new customers within nonprofit and health care organizations, regardless of size or region.
There is no fine print or use restrictions, and we do not require a credit card or other commitment to begin. We want to make it as easy as possible for these teams to access the best tools and resources during a time of changing workplace dynamics.
We were inspired by Microsoft’s free trial of Office 365. Decisions is the only meeting solution built entirely within Microsoft Teams and Office 365, which allows organizations to quickly, securely and easily deploy the solution to improve meeting structure, collaboration and engagement. For more information, visit the FAQs.
With Decisions, users can create structured, collaborative agendas, build meeting minutes with a single click, assign tasks and run more focused and efficient virtual meetings, all from their existing workplace productivity tools within Office 365. Decisions combines Microsoft Teams, Outlook, OneNote, Word and Planner into a powerful meeting management solution that drives increased preparation, productivity and engagement, before, during and after meetings.
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