inside insync , | 2021/04/08 at 1:59pm

Inside Insync – Sandy Catalucci

Today we meet: 

Sandy Catalucci

Lead Consultant for Adoption and Change Management

Time with Insync: June 2020

Previous notable time in IT industry/customer/vendor: I have worked for other Microsoft Partners such as Engage Squared and Empired as a lead consultant for Adoption and Change Management and have had the privilege of working with customers across all industries.

What are your best skills for your role?

Crafting strategies, facilitating and translating the technical into easily understood concepts for everyone.

What do you like about your role? 

Learning about Microsoft cloud-based technologies and passing on that knowledge to help customers navigate and better understand the modern workplace.

What trends are you seeing with customers? 

As customers are embedding the foundations of the modern workplace, we’re starting to revisit adoption and change management journeys to unlock more advanced ways of working throughout organisations.

Microsoft Teams is a digital transformation kick-starter. We’re talking about customisable workspaces providing integration with your entire Microsoft 365 suite of tools, increased productivity and collaboration with the ability to work on topics, projects, and operational activities, and all of this in a single application that is also your unified communications platform. If you haven’t implemented it yet, what are you waiting for?

Click here to read Sandy’s recent blog posts “Breaking tradition with Breakout Rooms”

Where have you used Insync core values in Insync everyday work life: 

can put my hand on my heart and say I live and breathe by our core values every day. My favourite is being open and honest as transparency is the key to building trust.


 

What do you like to do in your downtime?

Rollerblading and cycling along Brisbane’s beautiful river paths spotting cute dogs and encountering Brisbane’s wildlife such as scrub turkeys, possums, water dragons, curlews, and the odd bin chicken!