Microsoft SharePoint Integration

Macrosoft's SharePoint Development services

Macrosoft’s SharePoint Development services include setup, implementation, customized solutions, upgrades, and migrations.
Management is a crucial part of our migration strategy to move to the latest version of SharePoint.

SharePoint is the most powerful platform for content management, collaboration, document management, and workflows. Organizations across the globe use it for synergy and productivity in the work environment. With widespread Office 365 adoption, SharePoint Integration has taken center stage as part of the organizations’ technology roadmap. In particular organizations on an older version of MOSS 2007 and SP 2010 are looking to migrate/upgrade.

Customized Solutions for Your Business

We create custom migration plans for clients and migrate their entire enterprise as a whole or item-by-item according to specific business needs. Our certified engineers and business experts use proven methodologies that help our customers migrate, upgrade, customize and refresh their IT infrastructure, applications, and productivity environment.

  • SharePoint 2007/2010 migration to Office 365, SharePoint 2016
    On-premises or Azure.
  • Hybrid Cloud Strategy and Implementation.
  • SharePoint Customization – Workflows, Site Collections, Content and SharePoint Integration – Scanning Solutions, Knowledge Lake, Kofex, in-house applications.
  • HIPAA Compliant SharePoint solutions for Healthcare/Bio-Tech/Pharma Industry, Power BI, Business Intelligence, Reporting & Dashboards.
  • Mobile application development and integration with SharePoint.

Planning Your Sharepoint Migration

SharePoint is a great platform and a productivity driver. Use varies from Web Content Management to Record Management, Document Scanning, Dashboards and Most Importantly Workflows.

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