Adler Planetarium: Discovering avenues for workflow improvement
Based in Chicago, Illinois, the Adler Planetarium hosts more than half a million visitors each year and reaches millions more through youth STEM programs and other outreach projects.
Sitting on the shore of Lake Michigan, Adler Planetarium has helped connect people to the Universe and each other for almost 90 years. The organization's legacy office solution involved a mix of software suites that hampered effective collaboration, so Adler sought to unify its productivity platform and encourage easier collaboration.
Google Workspace Results
Reduces support tickets by 66% after Google Workspace migration
• Improves team productivity with Google Workspace collaborative editing features
• Reduces time spent on meetings using Google Workspace group viewing, eliminating need to manually transcribe materials
• Boosts ease of use for employees through shift from installed applications to browser-based services
Pillar: Productivity & Collaboration
Solutions: Productivity & Collaboration
"We want our programs to be broadly accessible, which emphasizes the need for team innovation. Our productivity solution needed to focus on collaboration and Google Workspace matched these requirements." - Chris Comerford, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Adler Planetarium
With Google Workspace and migration consulting from 66degrees Adler has already seen strong buy-in from team members who've embraced the productivity platform. Adler employees leverage the intuitive collaboration built into the entire Google Workspace ecosystem to boost productivity and deliver higher-quality experiences to its patrons.
*Google Workspace was formerly known as G Suite prior to Oct. 6, 2020.
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