Imagine your staff being able to search for and filter results based on categories that make sense for the specific content or department. Not finding what they need fast is expensive in terms of wasted time and frustration for moral. SimpleSharePoint's content management experience can assist your corporate taxonomy initiatives so that you and your people don't let valued time go to waste.
Using managed metadata to solve the way a company organizes its information is really the only way to go
Saving in the long-term your time, effort, and money, not to mention the integrity of your company's information management and storage. But for most companies, it's like eating an elephant.
So how do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Our services provide expertise to drive the process. Our Taxonomy Creation engagement begins with an initial content audit. We work with you to create taxonomies for the areas identified in the content audit. The final deliverable is a taxonomy specifically created and customized for your organization that will drive your SharePoint search success.
SharePoint is capable of displaying multiple views to help reduce the need to dig for content. Using metadata - titles, descriptions, groupings, other searchable metadata - will allow users to customize views and find what they are looking for more easily.
We provide SharePoint Consulting services including:
A tree has a trunk, a trunk has a branch, a branch has another branch and it usually ends with an old adage “and the green grass grows around it.”
When a business has several divisions, the tree structure starts to take on a new shape. An example:
A tree has a trunk (My Business). A trunk has a branch (my division). On the branch, there are a few other things that can easily be classified as Operations (Support) or Development (Creative / Testing). A trunk has another branch (another division), and on it goes…
Managed Metadata and SharePoint’s Term Store provides a person with the functionality to easily understand what SharePoint wants and gives an interface that is not that difficult to learn.
It's one of the most powerful features of SharePoint and we can make it work well for you. The ability to crawl multiple systems, discover new content, and map this into a consolidated view is remarkably powerful.
Learn how we can provide secure connectivity to a wide variety of content systems, enabling unified views of all knowledge assets.
We provide these advanced Search Services:
Did you know that SharePoint can help you collect information on what people are searching, and whether those queries return results in the search? Or did you know that you can use SharePoint search to return results right within Microsoft Office? You can get Site and Site Collection analytics in the Site Settings menu of a Site or Site Collection, depending on what level you want data.
SharePoint can search most anything. The Business Data Catalog Services (BCS or BDC), allows SharePoint to access structured data from various enterprise systems. That could be a SAP implementation or just a database inside of SQL Server or an Oracle server. Any data repository that you can connect to with an SQL call or a web service is available to search. You can then expose that data to SharePoint's search engine. This enables users to find data in a database or an enterprise system by simply submitting a query much like they do for content. Then you can retrieve search results and individual records through pre-build web pages in SharePoint. In addition, this allows you to include this data in list columns. No, you don't have to abandon your legacy systems as they can have a facelift via SharePoint search.
Web Content Management
Content is king. From small copy changes on a website to entire campaigns built and uploaded straight from mobile platforms, the ability to act quickly in extending and protecting brand advocacy gives content creators the authority to manage a live web presence.
Using SharePoint Web Content Management allows maximum flexibility and personalization to satisfy creative departments, without sacrificing the power of automation of template design. Tight lifecycle management allows you to take advantage of a configurable and reusable workflow model, tracking changes and archival. SharePoint can automate many of the processes for managing, protecting, and preserving critical data, and even create retention schedules to manage the entire life-cycle of your organization's digital assets. If you ever need to respond quickly to litigation or audits, you can use self-service eDiscovery to help get what you need immediately without involving IT.
The Records Center is intended to serve as a central repository in which an organization can store and manage all of its records such as legal or financial documents. The Records Center supports the entire records management process, from records collection through records management to records disposition.
The Records Center site template is similar to other SharePoint sites in that it serves as a general repository for documents and enables collaboration among site users. The Records Center site template, however, is a pre-configured site designed specifically to help organizations implement their records management and retention programs. Versioning, auditing, metadata management, eDiscovery, and customizable record routing are built-in features that can help you manage records more effectively.
Note: SharePoint provides the ability to manage records "in place." With in-place records management, you can use any feature available in the Records Center, such as information management policy enforcement, routing, and hold, to manage records on any site.
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Getting introduced through a brief demo of our work quickly shows our solutions and begins discussion of your SharePoint goals and how we can assist.