Seattle SharePoint Consulting
KIRKLAND, Wash. (November 2, 2010) – Allyis, a Kirkland based technology consulting, development and technical staffing firm, today announced it has earned the Content Management Competency within the Microsoft Partner Network. Achieving the certification required Allyis to have proven skills and experience, employee technical certifications and multiple customer references. The Content Management Competency highlights Allyis’ [...]
The AIIM SharePoint 2010 report found that: “The two most common benefits emphasized in SharePoint business cases were Improved Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing, with Better Management of Content Chaos & Productivity from Improved Business Processes coming in third and fourth, respectively.” Ron Yeager wrote about that in his post “SharePoint ROI: Building a SharePoint Business [...]
The State of SharePoint Today I asked one of our SharePoint developers to tell me the best thing about Microsoft SharePoint 2010. He thought for a minute and then said: “it’s really the Swiss Army Knife of software platforms, it does so many things.” “Great,” I said. “Now tell me the worst thing about it.” [...]
Look here to read the AIIM Study about SharePoint Strategy. My co-presenter Ken Efta has written a synopsis of the study for the EndUserSharePoint Blog. Register now. Space is limited. I hope to see you there.
SharePoint functionality is wide and diverse and not all of its uses, bells & whistles will be relevant to every organization. According to the most recent 2010 AIIM SharePoint report, underwritten by Allyis, many companies surveyed already have solutions in place for areas SharePoint supports, such as Enterprise Content Management and Business Process Management systems [...]