Sharepoint Integration

SharePoint can be integrated with Microsoft Exchange, InfoPath, Office and SQL Server Reporting Services. We have implemented many integration solutions that facilitate the sharing of data and functionality between systems across the enterprise and beyond - to customers, business partners and suppliers.

We specialize in integration solutions involving:
  • Infopath
    Microsoft Office InfoPath 2010 and Microsoft Office InfoPath 2013 are the members of the Microsoft Office suite of desktop programs and is a powerful tool for developing XML-based forms. Users don't like to fill out forms. To a user, a form is merely a necessary means towards an end and the end is what they really want! You can publish your form to a SharePoint site and create views to help with reporting on form results.

  • SQL Server Reporting Services
    In SharePoint, you can integrate Reporting Server and Analysis Server with it to create the reports against the SharePoint lists and host the SSRS reports on the SharePoint dashboards.

  • Business Intelligence Tools
    The integrated BI features of SharePoint enable the widespread delivery of information and data through the Microsoft Office system. This shared distribution improves communication and facilitates the sharing and repurposing of existing documents, reports and worksheets. The BI features in SharePoint Server provide both Web access and programmatic access to collaborative content and materials in a SharePoint repository.

More collaboration

  • Microsoft Exchange Mailbox and Calendars
    SharePoint can enable incoming mail on lists and libraries. It also offers several out-of-the-box features like Alerts, Enterprise Search and Information Management policies providing a richer collaborative experience.
    Email-enabled document libraries provides a central location to store newsletters, removing the burden of manually sharing the information with other team members.
    You can view and update a SharePoint calendar, just as you do your Outlook calendar. You can view a calendar from a SharePoint site side-by-side with an Outlook calendar, view an overlay of the calendars and even copy events among the calendars. You can update your SharePoint calendar by using Outlook too.

  • Digital Dashboards
    A dashboard is a personalized solution for information workers who consolidates personal, team, corporate and external information and provides single-click access to analytical and collaborative tools.
    With so much information coming from so many sources, information workers can spend valuable time sorting through various materials to find one important point or relevant piece of data. A dashboard helps solve information overload by delivering focused business data by using filters, user-specific categories and summaries. Users can access high-level information in relevant business reports directly from their dashboards.

  • KPI (Key performance Indicators)
    It is a fundamental example of business intelligence, where easily providing the accurate information displayed in the right format increases the user's productivity. KPIs compare an actual value to a target value. The KPI Web Part provides a set of visual indicators to help the user be more aware of current performance status. The user can also build multiple lists, organizing KPIs based on personal criteria and requirements specific to a role-based view of the organization.

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