At Savvy Technical Solutions, we specialize in delivering custom SharePoint and .NET solutions. We work with many fortune 500 companies to implement enterprise-wide solutions, but we are also dedicated to helping small and medium businesses get the most out of their on-premise or cloud-based deployments. To learn more about the services we offer, feel free to give us a call at 919-451-1403 or contact us.
We are happy to meet with you in-person in order to come up with a game plan as to how we can help you get the most out of your on-premise SharePoint or SharePoint Online implementation. We can help you define your business needs and come up with a road map for implementation, tackling functional areas such as:
Inormation architecture and taxonomy: We can work with you to define how to best architect your site collections, sites, libraries, lists, content types, etc., to maximize security, searchability, and usability.
Enterprise Content Management: We can help you determine and implement how best to manage documents, records, retention policies, etc., within your SharePoint environment.
Web Content Management and Custom Branding: Whether you are building an Intranet site or a public web site, we can help you build a "newsy", web content-oriented web site that communicates information effectively to site visitors, without looking like an out-of-the-box SharePoint site. We can work with you to make your site as responsive as possible, so that it can work in both desktop and mobile browsers.
Tagging and Searching: As the amount of content in your SharePoint environment grows, it becomes increasingly important that users can search for content as well as browse for it. We can help you with both sides of the equation: determining best practices for tagging content as it is added to the site, as well as modifying the search experience so that users can most easily find content.
Integration with Line of Business Applications: Many successful SharePoint implementations surface information from external data sources, as well as allow users to update data stored in external locations. We can help you with authentication and connectivity to these back-end data sources, as well as help you integrate your data into your current environment using external lists, or by surfacing external data in your SharePoint search results.
Custom Development: There are many times when the out-of-the-box product doesn't meet all your business needs. When that's the case, our developers can work with you to build custom server-based solutions, or to build custom SharePoint apps.
If you are interested in skinning your site so that it includes custom branding elements, such as custom colors, styles, images, and fonts, we can help you achieve that goal. We can bring in a graphic designer who can assess your current SharePoint site and find ways to make the site more user-friendly and visually appealing. Based on the designs generated by the designer, we can implement that design in your SharePoint site.
A core value of our business is the empowerment of our clients. The more we can educate our clients, the more power they have to maintain and augment their own implementations. As such, we offer both on-site, remote, and classroom training.
On-site and Remote Training
We can work with you to come up with a training plan to get you or your employees up to speed on the latest Microsoft technologies, delivering courses on topics such as C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, or SharePoint. We can deliver the trraining within your own facilities, or we can set up video conferencing and deliver the training remotely.
We are official trainers at the Professional Education Technology & Leadership Centeer at Washington University in St. Louis. We deliver on-going SharePoint training at their facility, offering courses such as:
- SharePoint Fundamentals
- Building Composite Applications with SharePoint 2013
- Application Development with SharePoint 2013
- SharePoint 2013 for Farm Administrators
To find more about our classroom training delivered at Washington University, please contact us or visit http://tlcenter.wustl.edu.