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May 17, 2016
Last updated: March 1, 2022
Bitrix24, a popular free online collaboration platform, has announced integration with Office 365 for Business.
Now companies using Office 365 can integrate their accounts with Bitrix24
in order to edit documents online and authorize employees in Bitrix24 with their Office 365 logins. Prior to this Bitrix24 worked with MS Office and personal Office 365 accounts.
“Microsoft is an undisputed leader in office productivity tools, so we were very excited when they announced early API access to Office 365 enterprise accounts. It’s important for companies to have full control over documents, because employees come and go, but the knowledge has to be accumulated. The ability to work with business Office 365 accounts inside Bitrix24 was one of the most frequently requested features. Our team worked closely with Microsoft specialists in order to ensure that this integration brings a lot of value to companies that have to use Bitrix24 and Office 365 on a daily basis,” – said Dmitry Davydov, Bitrix24 Chief Marketing Officer.
Bitrix24 has recently introduced a number of other changes to its cloud service, making it free to unlimited number of communication users. It also introduced email integration with tasks, a new mobile app, company calendar and chat bots.
“We have a long history of partnership with Bitrix Inc. company, and today I’m very glad that we can announce new level of our collaboration and great technological integration between Bitrix24 and Microsoft Office 365 services. We propose to our ISV partners the new generation of Microsoft products and platforms with special focus on making our partners successful by our technologies. Open access to our interfaces and Microsoft cloud services help partners to generate synergy of our joint solutions and provide flexible and efficient business services to the customers”, – said Alexander Lozhechkin, Microsoft CEE Developer Experience Director
So far Bitrix24 integrations with Microsoft products include Office, Outlook, Exchange, Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive. The company views collaboration with Microsoft an important part of its strategy.