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SharePoint Developers

SharePoint integrates with Microsoft Office and is sold as a document management and storage system. However, because the program is configurable, many companies are finding that a developer can help them tap into even more ways to collaborate and approve documents. The program is often included with Microsoft 365 subscriptions although it can be purchased separately.

Enterprise Content and Document Management

One of the best features of SharePoint is the ability to store, retrieve and search for electronic documents. The program is especially beneficial to the legal and information management industry but can be applied to almost any company through the use of a SharePoint developer. The fact that the program can be integrated with Microsoft Windows and Office makes it versatile for almost any use. In some cases, the program can be used to replace an existing corporate file server and can be combined with enterprise content management.

Social Networking and Websites

A SharePoint developer can create an intranet portal that can improve employee engagement, centralize processes and reduce the need for new staff training time. By creating web pages and adding a social media connection, companies can see improve company morale and promote social engagement much easier than through other methods.

Software Collaboration

SharePoint allows your company to integrate Outlook and Project, offers the ability for shared mailboxes as well as many other options that help your employees work smarter and not harder. One of the most popular features is the document storage and collaboration feature allowing you to set up reviews and approvals using your company’s chain of command. The document storage and collaboration feature is secure, allowing you to better protect your organization’s sensitive documents.

Cloud Storage

Because SharePoint hosts OneDrive, it is much easier for your employees to store documents on the cloud. This allows multiple staff members to access, review and edit documents without need for email attachments, shared USB drives or other less secure ways to share documents. OneDrive is very similar to cloud storage like Dropbox. However, if your company is using Microsoft Office, OneDrive can be accessed just like any other drive, unlike Dropbox or other online storage methods.