- Office integration
- Shared documents
- MS Dynamics integration
- Schedule project integration
It's allowed automatic distribution of technical updates to shop floor technicians in the FABs.
I've been using SharePoint since its initial release, including Office365, On-Line 2013, and On-Premise 2013. In total, it's been 15 years, and I was involved in the initial SharePoint Pilot test.
Getting customers to see it as the de facto repository for collaboration data takes serious investment in training and executive backing. Upgrades and migration are challenging.
Occasional Office365 SharePoint outages have been noted.
No issues encountered.
It's poor, and if you want Microsoft support on SharePoint you have to hire Microsoft Consulting Services.Technical Support:
It's poor, and if you want Microsoft support on SharePoint you have to hire Microsoft Consulting Services.
We used various methods to achieve the same results shared folders and third party document management solutions, e.g. Documentum.
It's complex because you must spend significant time determining roles and train accordingly, or else it becomes an unstructured dumping ground for everyone’s files.
I've done it both ways, and Microsoft Consulting Services is well equipped to properly implement SharePoint.
It's very high, I can't disclose exact figures, but it's a seven-figure number.
Use enterprise pricing as a part of Office 365.
No other options were evaluated.
Budget enough design and training dollars to seed your enterprise with certified electronic workers that can provide thought leadership, mentoring and set standards for use.