What advantages do Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint and Shareflex® offer your company?
Companies and organizations use Microsoft SharePoint for various scenarios: Very often, the first step is to set up an intranet to provide a central location for information delivery and distribution — with phone directories, news and announcements, business units, and employee profiles.
This is often followed by extending use to the project-related document repository to encourage team collaboration. Even simple form-based processes, such as vacation or travel requests, are often controlled via SharePoint. Equally widespread is the creation of wikis that enable a large number of intranet users to access information and knowledge.
Ways out of the complexity trap
However, many SharePoint implementations get stuck at this stage. This is often due to the high complexity of SharePoint, lack of user acceptance in the affected departments or a combination of both.
There is a lot of potential in SharePoint. Properly configured and deployed, SharePoint is an extremely stable and flexible platform that, in addition to the applications described above, can also be used to map business processes at team, departmental and enterprise levels.