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DailyBot Aligns with Microsoft Teams on Re-Energizing Your Workforce (Ignite 2022)

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April 17, 2024
Phoenix Baker
Product Manager
Lana Steiner
Product Designer
Drew Cano
Frontend Engineer
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Microsoft Ignite is an annual conference that brings together developers, IT professionals, and industry leaders. Ignite welcomes tens of thousands of people from around the world for a week packed with the latest Microsoft 365 updates and announcements, ground-breaking demos, hands-on learning opportunities, inspirational keynotes and industry events.

This year’s event focused on helping companies adopt a modern workplace strategy by leveraging Microsoft’s latest technology advancements in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, infrastructure, developer tools, or business analytics to transform their business outcomes.

In one of the highlights of the recent 2022 keynote, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about a paradigm shift in work due to collaboration apps, where technology helps connect people across time zones or places, instead of being limited by geography.

Nadella also talked about the future of work: “Doing more with less doesn’t mean working harder or longer,” he said during his introductory keynote. “It means applying technology to amplify what you can do and ultimately, what an organization can achieve amidst today’s constraints.”

DailyBot was highlighted during the keynote

During Nadella’s keynote, DailyBot was listed between the collaborative apps driving today’s paradigm shift in work — and pointed up how these tools are becoming increasingly important to corporations as they move toward a more digital workplace. “Instead of the apps being the focal point where users go, collaborative apps bring business workflows, data, and insights to where users are.”

Today DailyBot is part of over 1,600+ third-party apps coexisting on Microsoft Teams, and bringing business workflows and data from anywhere. Creating an environment where people are aligned with the company's mission, purpose, and business priorities, helping them connect with each other, and helping them continually build new skills within the flow of work are all factors that work together to create a workforce that thrives.

In this way, we are aligned with recent trends uncovered in the keynote as well, where Nadella aptly pointed out workplace struggles including productivity paranoia, employee dissatisfaction due to poor training, and turnover that have affected companies over the past years. Using digital transformation and cloud-based business workflows, we and many other companies are addressing these issues together with Microsoft and its 365 ecosystem.

We are happy to be part of this paradigm shift

We are excited to be part of Microsoft’s ecosystem and look forward to developing more features that help our Microsoft Team’s users make the most out of their chat workflows to drive business outcomes.

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