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Palmetto Technology Group (PTG) and Meals on Wheels Partner to Showcase Microsoft Office 365 at Nonprofit SCANPO Conference

Palmetto Technology Group (PTG)Microsoft Cloud Partner of the Year (East Region) and outsourced IT support company headquartered in South Carolina – announced today that they have partnered with their long-time client Meals on Wheels of Greenville to present an Office 365 educational session at the SCANPO 2014 Summit, the largest in-state not-for-profit conference. The PTG/Meals on Wheels session on Tuesday, February 11, in Charleston, SC will explain how technology like Microsoft Office 365 and the Cloud impact nonprofit organizations.

SCANPO 2014 is designed to ensure that attendees leave equipped with effective strategies. Founded in 1997, the South Carolina Association of Nonprofit Organizations (SCANPO) is the only statewide membership organization that brings together nonprofit leaders to strengthen the state’s entire nonprofit sector.

Palmetto Technology Group (PTG), a leading Microsoft partner that delivers cloud services and IT support to nonprofits across the US, led the Meals on Wheels migration to Office 365. Jim Nichols, director of nonprofits at PTG, commented, “Prior to Microsoft Office 365, Meals on Wheels shuffled papers and talked over cubicles to manage volunteer schedules, meals, and grants.” He continued, “Microsoft has long supported nonprofits from a pricing and functionality perspective, and PTG knows how to help customers best utilize technology to optimize their unique operations. It’s a great match.”

Meals on Wheels is a 501(c)3 organization that enhances the quality of life of homebound individuals by providing hot nutritious meals, personal contact and related services. They manage 2500 volunteers and deliver 1500 meals daily.

Catriona Carlisle, executive director of Meals on Wheels of Greenville, said, “It was important to find a technology partner who valued what we are doing from a mission perspective, and we found a great match in PTG. We would recommend PTG to anyone in the nonprofit world.” She continued, “The Meals on Wheels team is becoming more ‘tech savvy’ in order to become more efficient in carrying out our mission every day.”

With Office 365, Meals on Wheels and thousands of other nonprofit institutions utilize Office 365 for email, instant messaging, scheduling, file sharing, grant management, document management, and portal access. To learn more about PTG and how they help nonprofit organizations, visit www.palmettotg.com or call 864-552-1291.

About Palmetto Technology Group

Palmetto Technology Group (PTG), an Office 365 Specialist and Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partner, is headquartered in Greenville, SC. Building and maintaining networks and infrastructure for businesses, PTG serves as an outsourced IT support team. In addition to upgrading and enhancing technology solutions, PTG also offers basic computer repair managed services.

To learn more about the cloud, Office 365 pricing, Office 365 trials, or an Office 365 demo, please visit www.office365migrations.com, www.palmettotg.com, our blog, or call 864-552-1291. You may also connect with PTG on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

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