Family food business spices up operations, reduces new device implementation time by 50 percent

#Microsoft 365 Business suite is all the tools #GarnerFoods needs, topped off with security, in one place. See how this fourth-generation family-owned-and-operated business has spiced up operations with Microsoft solutions in the video below.

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Garner Foods is a fourth-generation family-owned-and-operated business based in North Carolina. With global sales, four locations, and a mobile workforce, see how Garner uses Microsoft 365 Business to connect it all. Watch the video story for more.

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