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Ten Takeaways from Microsoft Ignite 2017

Danny and Tommy Ryan discuss Tommy's recent trip to Microsoft Ignite and his top ten takeaways ...
October 2017

October 2017 Office 365 Updates

Here's the latest news on video on October 2017 Office 365 updates from Microsoft including a full transcript.
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Jive to Microsoft Migration eBook Excerpt – Questions to Ask Your Service Provider

Read an excerpt from an upcoming Jive to Microsoft migration eBook. You can also join a list of people to be notified when the eBook is available.
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October 26th Webinar – Budgeting for 2018 SharePoint Initiatives

Learn the ten things you need to know about Budgeting for 2018 SharePoint Initiatives from Rob Horton, Senior Consultant at ThreeWill.
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Managing Work Items with the Excel Add-In Primer

Bob Morris shares tips on getting started with the Office Integration with TFS/VSTS. Learn more about managing work items in this primer.
Microsoft Ignite 2017

Microsoft Ignite 2017 – 5 Key Takeaways from a SharePoint Consultant

Bo George goes through the five key takeaways from the Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference through the eyes of a SharePoint Consultant.
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Securing Azure Functions with Azure Active Directory

Pete has been busy sharing knowledge on his personal blog.  We asked him if we could promote it on our corporate blog and he agreed.
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Matthew Chestnut, USATF Georgia 2016 Cross Country Coach of the Year

Congratulations to ThreeWiller Matthew Chestnut - on September 15th he won USATF Georgia 2016 Cross Country Coach of the Year.
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Business Transformation with Kimberly Eubank

Danny and Tommy Ryan sit down and talk with Kimberly Eubank and discuss the roadmap for business transformation in the modern workplace ...

Key Highlights About ThreeWill

ThreeWill helps teams work together better by building solutions on SharePoint using an agile process.

  • We are ranked in the top 5% of Microsoft partners based on four independent surveys.
  • We have built over ten connectors for SharePoint for over twelve software firms including Atlassian, Jive, and Salesforce.
  • We are a Microsoft Partner with Gold Application Development and Gold Collaboration & Content competencies.
  • We are a Salesforce Product Development Partner.
  • Established in 2001, we are based out of Alpharetta, Georgia (the Technology City of the South).
    All our consultants are Microsoft certified (many at the highest level), and each has an average of over ten years of Microsoft development and/or product development experience.
  • We have been a part of one of the largest enterprise implementations of SharePoint (over 250K users).
  • We have published books, articles, and have produced materials for Microsoft on technologies such as SharePoint, ASP.NET, C#, Office Development, and InfoPath.
  • Our focus is not just technology, but also project management and effective and agile processes that ensure predictable results.

Partnerships are central to ThreeWill’s success. We have been a Microsoft Gold Partner for over ten years. We currently hold the Gold Application Development and Gold Collaboration & Content competency. We are ranked in the top 5% of Microsoft partners based on four independent surveys. We are also a Salesforce Product Development – more recently focusing on Cloud Apps that integrate with Salesforce and Office 365. We are a Metalogix partner to help our customers migrate to and manage Office 365. Finally, we are a Nintex partner for customers looking for better workflow options in Office 365.

Our promise to our business sponsors:

1. Control – We provide the structure for our clients to control priority of features and budget throughout the lifetime of the project​.

2. Choice – Because we deliver working software every two weeks, we earn our client’s business every two weeks.​

3. Commitment – We take on your challenges like they are our own; you will not find another business partner more committed to your success.

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