SharePoint Benefits

MichaelSoliman
Owner at Alopex ONE UG
So if you want to have something like a business, or if you want to have something like a product catalog and you are selling something like Amazon, you want to uniquely identify your product like Amazon does it with its ASIM numbers and these to be identified with a name. So the service identifying these unique ASIM in numbers with their names which might be localized in English, German, Dutch or other languages. These are being identified by a managed Metadata service. Amazon does something very similar to Metadata and SharePoint. So, that's the basic technology everyone needs for this web service experience and order to identify the same object with different names. View full review »
Monique Every
Technical Writer at a tech company with 501-1,000 employees
SharePoint has streamlined our documentation management process by allowing us to automate several functions. The version control function has been particularly useful, helping us keep detailed records of changes to documentation. This has removed the risk of human error and streamlined the process. The ability to review the notes for each version has and to easily revert to a previous version has proven useful. SharePoint has also helped us improve the accessibility of official company documentation across our different teams. In conjunction with SharePoint Designer, we’ve also been able to create a social hub on our SharePoint homepage where we can share news, photos, and company announcements. View full review »
SysMan2876
System Manager at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
It manages processes. I personally think a very strong point is that we use it in combination with OneDrive. Now that we have been handed the GDPR law enforcement, in combination with OneDrive, we can synchronize documents or part of a customer's information to a laptop. If they make changes it will automatically be synchronized back. In the case of a lost or defective device, you always have the information. I think this is a very strong point. View full review »
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Seniop9887
Director at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
Now that this system has been put in place, we have email integration and a lot of work which we were doing manually is now done by Teamcentral, thanks to SharePoint, thanks to Microsoft. View full review »
Cesar Danecke
Information Technology Supervisor at PUCPR
We had all the group files registered in SharePoint, including all local files. It was possible to share the information more securely. View full review »
Cecil Rupp
User
This solution has helped us with the categorization, organization, management, discovery, and delivery of program and project related information. View full review »
EntrprsA3456
Enterprise Architect Channels at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It has helped us with storing all the documents, which means that people are not going to intervene. There is a way of extracting knowledge within documentation and tracking it. There are knowledge assets for where documentation is stored, indexed, and searchable through SharePoint. I think this represents the collective knowledge, which is highly valuable. View full review »
Andy Dale
Technical Project Manager with 501-1,000 employees
It has allowed improved auditing and opened up the cloud. Considerable in-house savings. We are able to add IRM and DLP to company information. This has made the auditors happy. We have given users a common platform and increased reporting. Information is now available instantly to managers on all devices. View full review »
Kumar_Rajesh
Vice President & Head Technology Transition at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Information is much more readily available. * There is more functionality available. * It allows for simultaneous users to be on it. View full review »
JulioYzaguirre
Information Technology Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Everyone knows SharePoint. It is very common. View full review »
Salvador Sibrian
IT Solutions Architect at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's the look and feel and maybe the integration with the Office platform. View full review »
VeyselOzdemir
Managing Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Yes, especially reducing the print paper and having a very quick response, and reducing the time between department and people. View full review »
Monica Deshazo
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
SharePoint is a big product with many features including customization flexibilities. We have deployed it in many government agencies which were in much need of process and automation improvements. View full review »
informat1007124
Information Technology Manager at a transportation company with 501-1,000 employees
While there were plenty of out-of-the-box solutions for records management projects, this probably under-utilized aspect of SharePoint can help better track documents and retention. View full review »
Michelle Johnson
Manager with 51-200 employees
It keeps our company organized and everything is in one place. It integrates well with the whole Microsoft production. It is flexible, but still structured. View full review »
Bob Batdorf
HRIS Consultant at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a good tool that makes managing projects and teams much easier. All documents and calendars are in one central location. View full review »
reviewer896343
User
SharePoint enabled the staff to share documents and work on a document simultaneously. Our staff found it simpler, as they did not have to work within a classification system (it was all done in the background). View full review »
Sergey Ichshenko
Lead Engineer with 51-200 employees
Company portal was finally set up. The CRM system for the commercial department went into production and opened the door for further improvements, KPIs, and metrics. View full review »
Rigard De Wet
CIO with 10,001+ employees
* Document management and sharing with user-controlled security * Ability to use lists, document management, and workflow to manage the hand-off of work efforts internal to the organisation. View full review »
Eric Wyatt
IT Director / CIO with 201-500 employees
This solution has given us better access, coordination, collaboration, and visibility. It is an enterprise system for many functions instead of multiple systems to support. Interactive intranet instead of static web pages, integration of other systems to include GIS. We also have better search capability. View full review »
Emrah ARICAN
Founder with self employed
We can arrange all our documents on one platform and see the document's changes and edits. We can arrange all the document archives. View full review »
Adreana Gani
Senior Systems Analyst with 11-50 employees
To share information and latest news. We can monitor when the content is being updated, and we can see who the person is. View full review »
Garett Patria
OTA Manager, VRA with 51-200 employees
It is better than static repositories via shared drives, and better than having to use software that is not mainstream (i.e. Microsoft is very mainstream). View full review »
Alfonso Alvarez
CIO with 201-500 employees
It has allowed documentation control and distribution through the organization, managed easily from the AD. View full review »
Andrei Bolun
Consultant
* Moved from papers to digital. * Removed the need of paper storage and people flow into the office. View full review »
Jan Coley
Director, Business Development at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
SharePoint has made it easier to collaborate across the company during the process of developing proposals. View full review »
Anthony M
Business Technology Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
* Improved transparency around work products. * Ease of access to documents. * Increased employee collaboration across our organization. View full review »
Kamaruddin Yusop
Senior Consultant
Ease of access to shared documents. View full review »
Ritter Chak
Assistant Manager at a logistics company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It has improve our organization by speeding up document sharing. View full review »
James Lewis
PCV Engineering & Bus Driving Recruitment Consultant at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
* Helps with document collaboration and workflow. * Provides us with a records center. View full review »
ChristopherGallagher
Delivery Director with 5,001-10,000 employees
A central repository for artifacts, and planning for corporate projects. View full review »
Prabhat Mittra
Founder & CEO with 11-50 employees
Single window information sharing. View full review »
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