Customer case studies
Thousands of the company’s engineers, data scientists, designers, and developers have asked and answered questions about how things work inside their organization.
Founded in 2007, Dropbox offers secure, flexible cloud storage and file sharing for individuals, teams, and enterprise customers.
Liberty Mutual implemented a high-performing DevOps culture to increase stability, shorten release cycles, and deliver value faster.
Centralizing knowledge made critical answers easier to find, allowing 84.51° to grow a distributed team at scale.
Subject matter experts got a productivity boost when answers became easily available to all
Engineers at Expensify go from having “terrible documentation systems” to feeling empowered as soon as they onboard.
After experimenting and researching, Grandcentrix landed on Teams to help them better communicate and document cross-functionally.
Technology-driven trading firm IMC leveraged Teams to share knowledge across distributed, global offices.
Flex uses Teams to capture historical context and finally rid themselves of inconsistent and disorganized documentation.
Machine learning company Primer used Stack Overflow for Teams to fill knowledge gaps and scale institutional knowledge at pace with their growing team.
Stack Overflow for Teams “takes off like wildfire” for Microsoft’s 50,000+ developers, resulting in a ripple effect out from internal questions to customer-facing support.
Elastic’s customer support revamped the Support-to-Engineering pipeline, giving employees hours of their day back.
Usage of the Stack Overflow for Teams grew strongly during the pandemic
E-health service Doctolib applies its virtual mindset inward, making 100% remote onboarding a breeze
Intuit wanted to help its developers and technologists break down silos between departments and improve communication across global offices.
Box noticed Q&A was becoming a bottleneck for engineering support. They found a solution that increased collaboration and boosted productivity.
Read 40+ case studies from Stack Overflow for Teams customers Learn about the KPIs and other challenges customers wanted to improve by bringing in Stack Overflow for Teams and the operational and organizational impacts they have seen as a result of introducing the platform.View case studies
“With the integrations between Microsoft Teams and Stack Overflow [for Teams], I’m excited to have one place that I can see my question within an area that I already do my work today.”
“As we started to use [Stack Overflow for Teams] and saw how nice it was to have a repository of information, we started to see it spread to other teams. Our customer support team started using it, our people success team started using it, next thing we knew, we had [Slack] integrations all over the place.”
“Stack Overflow is a really critical part of how we learn, how we understand systems at Bloomberg. I literally used it this morning.”
“I was getting so many requests around, ‘Hey, can our team use it? Can I use it? Can I get access?”
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