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Steel company deployed CoreView to head off potential delays post-acquisition

When integrating M&A driven expansion, Italian steel processing firm Marcegaglia implemented CoreView to minimise potential account migration problems from confusion to data loss.

Renzo Rossi, chief technology officer at Marcegaglia, said that CoreView allowed the company to improve Microsoft 365 (M365) tenant management, delivering more comprehensive overviews and effective governance.

“In this way, it was possible to identify areas for optimisation and automate several tasks that would otherwise have been time consuming,” Rossi said in the CoreView case study.

According to CoreView, its M365 focused software sliced three days off the time it took Marcegaglia’s IT team to migrate new users and manage mailboxes. Careful consolidation of user accounts was required to bring in some 500 users.

“CoreView successfully migrated the users, saving three days and enabling Marcegaglia’s IT team to work more efficiently, eliminating delays and routing issues,” the vendor said.

According to its website, the CoreView CoreSuite platform can offer “everything you need to manage M365”, including analysis, administration, automation, optimisation, security, and auditing capabilities for hybrid environments and license management challenges.

At Marcegaglia, CoreView Playbooks and Workflows improved governance and tenant management.

While M&As present strategic opportunities, they also require attention to avoid disrupting day-to-day activities, productivity, and the performance of administration and management operations, the vendor said.

“This has to go right to optimise communication and collaboration and foster a cohesive and productive work culture,” said CoreView in the case study.

“CoreView implemented policies to identify newly created but temporarily unused accounts and hid them from the internal address book while configuring an out-of-office message to inform colleagues that the mailbox wasn’t yet active,” it said.

“CoreView also added workflows to remove the messages when the mailbox was reactivated.”

The vendor recently announced a tripling of channel sales, which it put down to its “doubling down” on channel and MSP investments, including a new partner programme and sales exec hires.

Simon Azzopardi, chief executive of CoreView, said the firm is “100% dedicated” to channel and customer success.

“With freed-up time for critical daily operations [through its partner programme], our partners see an increase in overall productivity, expedited procedures, and time saved,” he said.

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