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Royal Cargo moves to cloud-based Microsoft Office 365

Royal Cargo, a premier logistics provider in the Philippines, has upgraded to the cloud-based Microsoft Office 365.

With Office 365 and direct internet provided by Globe, Royal Cargo employees can easily access, store, transmit, and manipulate information, application and files virtually anywhere using any personal computer or tablet.

(From R-L) Dion Asencio, Globe Vice President for Enterprise Sales and Michael Raeuber, Royal Cargo Group Chief Executive Officer seal the partnership between Globe and Royal Cargo for the use of Microsoft Office 365.

(From R-L) Dion Asencio, Globe Vice President for Enterprise Sales and Michael Raeuber, Royal Cargo Group Chief Executive Officer seal the partnership between Globe and Royal Cargo for the use of Microsoft Office 365.

Powered by Microsoft Exchange Online, Office 365 allows users to sync and access business-class emails, Instant Messaging (IM), contacts and shared calendars. Office 365 also lets users view and edit Word, Excel and Powerpoint files on multiple mobile devices from any browser.

“Email communication plays a very important and crucial part of our business especially that we deal with users and customers worldwide.  Before Office 365, we had to deal with email delays, connectivity issue and frequent downtime caused by either network or server issue,” said Calvert ‘Abet’ M. Cabungcal, Vice President for Global I.T. of Royal Cargo Inc.

Cabungcal added that with O365, their business operations became more efficient since it provides them with assurance that their email system is more secured and accessible in the cloud. He added that O365 gives them an advantage to focus on business critical operations since Royal Cargo need not worry about server maintenance, updates, deployment, and compliance.

Royal Cargo has over 35 years of experience in cargo transportation and handling and has a global network of owned companies and trusted agents. Following its vision to become a world-class total logistics provider and its commitment to bring up-to-date technology, the company also acquired Canvas Mobile Forms licenses and has been using them successfully since 2014.

With Canvas, drivers can send electronic proof of deliveries via their smartphones to customers and head office at an instant.

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