Modality named as a preferred partner with Microsoft Tech for Social Impact (TSI)

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Posted on: 15/07/2020

Provides nonprofits with Microsoft 365 Premium for free* and offers no-obligation, one-month trial of OneConsultation virtual consultation software

Modality has been named as one of the global providers to be highlighted as a Microsoft featured partner which is delivering Microsoft 365 to the nonprofit sector. With over 1,000 customers globally, Modality provides Microsoft 365 free for up to 10 users and at a discounted rate of $5 per user per month for additional users to nonprofit organisations.

In addition to this, Modality has also launched a new offer which will see nonprofits benefit from a free, no-obligation, one-month trial of OneConsultation; Modality System’s Azure-based virtual consultation software powered by Microsoft 365 technology. The solution enables users to seek professional support from the comfort of their surroundings via video, cutting costs associated with telephony and allowing organisations to extend the reach of their services via a personable and efficient online service.

The free trial includes full access to the OneConsultation service with the option to set up multiple virtual waiting rooms. It also features admin portal access for Microsoft 365 users to join, move or remove consultations with customisation options on public-facing virtual waiting rooms. This is backed by best practice advice from Modality experts and usage and quality reporting.

Georgina Rollins, Head of Partners and Alliances at Modality explains: “Nonprofits play an incredibly important role in addressing some of the world’s toughest challenges, which is why Modality is delighted to be named as a preferred partner in Microsoft’s Tech for Social Impact (TSI) scheme and launch our OneConsultation offer. Providing discounted Microsoft 365 solutions, we are dedicated to our work with the TSI team to make world-class Microsoft technology affordable and accessible to hundreds of thousands of global nonprofits.”

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