At DynamicPoint we are very thankful to SharePoint since it is the foundation of our Expense Management, Invoice Automation and Requisition Management applications. Now don’t get me wrong the entire team is thankful for our families, our health, this country, … Read More
Just as you get the best security advice from an ex-hacker, take it from an old road warrior on how you can cut business travel expenses. While I am typically an optimistic person, I have been inundated with enough economic … Read More
What business process is creating a bottleneck? Can’t give access to your ERP application to certain groups? Tired of the endless paper trails?
Read “Best Practices in SharePoint Development for Microsoft Dynamics” to see just how SharePoint can … Read More
We all know that SharePoint is a collaboration tool but here are some real-life examples of how companies can deploy SharePoint Sites that will increase productivity and increase the value of your current ERP and CRM solution. Here are the … Read More
SharePoint 2010 has provided many enhancements in the workflow arena. Workflows are conditions with actions on those conditions to automate processes. An example could be an approval of an expense request. When a user submits an expense request in SharePoint … Read More
A web part is an autonomous piece of SharePoint functionality such as a calendar, document library, and list of information. It can be put into certain places in a web page by end users, after being developed by a SharePoint … Read More
Microsoft’s SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS) is a Software Assurance benefit designed to help organizations plan effective deployments which optimize the core capabilities of SharePoint. I’ve found that 9 times out of 10 SharePoint projects fail because of poor … Read More
There are quite a few people that I talk to that think SharePoint is only for document management; that is only a part of it.
Yes, as a document management tool, it can:
- Migrate, organize and collaborate on documents throughout