- Making it easier to gather and evaluate complex information.
- Decreasing/eliminating inconsistency or the chance of human error.
- Improving the employee experience, resulting in better employee performance.
- Helping your team with workflow development to improve efficiency and effectiveness
At Lorvenk, we know SharePoint. Our full suite of Office 365 services, including migration, implementation and consulting, positions us to be the best partner to customize SharePoint for your business’ needs. We are devoted to our clients and measure our success by how much success we can bring to their business or organization.
Our team believes in a fulfilling work life that involves a minimal amount of repetition and frustration. Our team’s mission is simple: Enriching People’s Lives Through Great Software. We employ this mission in every SharePoint customization project to ensure our customers are getting the most out of their software. If you’re interested in getting the most out of SharePoint, give us a call today to learn more about how we can position your business for better success.
Although SharePoint addresses several common business needs with just a bit of configuration, every business does things a little differently, and these quirks in process sometimes make it necessary to customize SharePoint. Implementing customizations the wrong way, however, can lead to headaches down the line.
Common use cases SharePoint handles well include document storage and collaboration, publishing information to be consumed by personnel, and simple forms and workflows.
As our clients’ needs grow too complex for SharePoint to handle out-of-the-box, we often implement customizations such as search pages to surface information exactly as they want to see it, branding the intranet with client fonts and colors, and pulling data from 3rd party systems.
The problem is that SharePoint’s “extensibility points”—sanctioned areas and methods that developers can use to modify a system—are complex and ever-changing. Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen full-trust solutions, sandbox solutions, SharePoint services and provider-hosted apps, and now the SharePoint Framework. Each of these approaches has pros and cons, and if an in-house developer is not keeping up with the latest changes, they can easily pick the wrong approach, leading to difficulty in upgrading, migrating, or receiving regular updates from Microsoft.