Maybe you are looking for a document repository to securely store your files, perhaps you are looking for a platform to collaborate on, or maybe you need a custom data solution where your team can easily enter and manage large volumes of data. SharePoint brings all of this and so much more to the table. As a web based service, SharePoint is available wherever you have internet.
You and your team can store, view, and access your documents from anywhere. In addition, SharePoint allows you to save every version of your documents, making it able to roll back to earlier versions should you need to. In addition, you can establish retention policies to manage the automatic deletion of your files according to your company policy. As a growing company, SharePoint gives you the ability to avoid the large overhead costs of implementing a local network, allowing you to focus on your business instead.
On the collaboration front, SharePoint can be used to trigger off alerts when events happen, say a document being saved in a file or a task being completed. SharePoint puts you in control of what notifications you want to receive. With it's full integration into the Microsoft Office suite, SharePoint will provide added value to software you likely already own.
If you are considering a custom database solution, you may want to first consider SharePoint. With the ability to add columns on the fly and structure your information as you want with the User Interface, SharePoint will let you set up your data structure and even form relationships between your data. For example, you can set up a list of customers and connect them to your Sales Orders. With this data connected, you are now open to analyzing all of this data via integrated reports.
SharePoint is very powerful, let us at Endless Mountain Solutions explain the advantages it can bring to your business. We know how difficult it can be to understand all the options when doing your own research so put our knowledge to use for you. Not only can we tell you where SharePoint can benefit your business, just as importantly, we can explain areas where SharePoint may not be able to help. Either way, the conversation will be well worth your time. We look forward to discussing SharePoint with you.