Envision The Perfect Site
From functional to technical, our envisioning team deploys successful SharePoint solutions that increase user adoption.Play Video
As part of the SWC SharePoint Way, one of our key differentiators is helping clients create a vision for their new SharePoint environment. We call it the SWC Envisioning Process and it always takes place before any new SharePoint implementation or redesign. The goal is to bring together all of the key stakeholders in an organization to help everyone understand what’s possible, how SharePoint will bring value to the business and create a compelling user experience that drives adoption and success.
Microsoft SharePoint is a robust product that touches many different user groups and departments within an organization. The SWC envisioning process leverages our skills and experience deploying SharePoint solutions for hundreds of organizations. As part of this process, we review best-in-class SharePoint designs, discuss our proven methodology and evaluate best practices and intellectual property assets to create your custom SharePoint solution.
Our envisioning team always includes a project manager, designer and developer. These resources significantly benefit our clients; they have a consultant looking at the conversation from a design eye and a consultant looking at it from a functional and technical aspect. This ensures that the SharePoint site functionalities and capabilities we are envisioning for the project are possible and more importantly, can be implemented within the client’s allocated budget.
The SWC Envisioning Process delivers a solid foundation for SharePoint success by creating SharePoint solutions that are easy to use and help our customers work smarter, faster and more efficiently than ever. It’s the SWC SharePoint Way.
The Value of the SWC SharePoint Envisioning Process:
Leverages SWC’s skills and experience to:
Provides critical results and deliverables:
“The thought leadership around how you architect one of those experiences to make it engaging for the user has proven to be SWC’s strong suit. SWC is not just a technical deliverer, SWC delivers on spirit and dream and intent and all of those other things.”
While a lot of organizations simply push the cloud without much forethought, it’s important take into consideration a number of technical elements such as backup and retention, scalability, data and service integration; and also business elements such as cost, manageability, and privacy and security. SWC analyzes these elements in determining the appropriate on-premises, cloud, or hybrid SharePoint solution for your business. Want to learn more? Check out Jeff’s blog on on-premises vs. cloud SharePoint solutions or contact us.
The SWC Envisioning Process is intended to provide a pragmatic path to a new and more valuable intranet. The goal is to bring together all of the key stakeholders in an organization to help everyone understand what’s possible, how SharePoint will bring value to the business and create a compelling user experience that drives adoption and success.
Microsoft SharePoint provides a wide variety of features and capabilities that can enable people to work together more effectively. Other Microsoft products, especially Office 365, integrate tightly with SharePoint to provide even more effective ways for teams to get stuff done. SWC focuses on helping clients best leverage the right tools for their particular needs.
Microsoft SharePoint and related products like OneDrive for Business provide modern, web-based tools for working with files and documents. Workers can securely access files remotely, on whatever devices they wish, anywhere and anytime. When offline, local copies can be read, updated and synchronized back with the originals once a network or internet connection is available.
We’ve found that a few key elements really help push SharePoint adoption.