Whether it’s on premise or in the cloud, over 75% of Fortune 500 companies use SharePoint. This means that SharePoint has 160 million users across 75,000 customers. Despite these numbers companies are not all using it for the same purposes. Whilst SharePoint is an enterprise class product with an incredible list of features out the box, it also serves as an extremely powerful, highly configurable and supremely scalable platform allowing users the option to extend its already vast features to adapt it to unique business requirements.
Here are some of the ways in which businesses use SharePoint to keep everyone in the loop and on the same page.
Intranet and Enterprise Social Networking Business Intelligence
Document and Records Management
Extranet with Vendor and Customer Portals
Featuring all the strengths of its on premise solution, Microsoft SharePoint Online is a cloud based service that lets organisations share and collaborate with colleagues, partners and customers. Access information from any device irrespective of your location and get access to intelligence and insights whilst on the go.
The modern digital business landscape requires a new and improved way to collaborate. Microsoft SharePoint empowers teams with the ability to share files, data, news and resources in a more dynamic and efficient way. Transform your business processes with this virtualised environment.