Through careful planning, Quartzbit can help facilitate a seamless transition to Google Apps for your organization, as well as ensure the best possible experience for your administrators, users, and IT staff.
Quartzbit will provide your organization with methodologies and best practices around piloting and go-live deployment strategies, and develop a detailed plan that meets your specific deployment needs. Your organization will receive a dedicated project manager to effectively coordinate the process and keep you up-to-date on the progress of your deployment during the technical configuration, data migration, and user provisioning phases. Weekly status meetings will ensure that the project is running smoothly and provide you with the opportunity to discuss any issues that arise.
As an experienced Google Apps partner, Quartzbit has the expertise to set up your domain, migrate user mail data, provision users and calendar resources, set up single sign-on, help determine your mobile IT strategy, assist in planning your go-live help desk operations, and handle other aspects of your transition.
Quartzbit also provides full change management planning to help you familiarize employees with Google Apps before the go-live phase and to continue improving their experience once the transition is complete. Our change management resources include training, a comprehensive help site, and communications to educate your users on advanced features.
Moving data from your legacy system to Google Apps can be a complex and time-consuming task to complete on your own. Fortunately, you can save time and minimize errors by leveraging Quartzbit’s experience with Google Apps migration. Quartzbit’s full data migration services are managed and monitored by our certified Google Apps engineers, who have worked with organizations of all sizes to ensure a smooth transition. Our team follows best-practices for successful migrations to set up and configure email, calendar and user migration, as well as resolve any glitches that occur during the migration process.