- Horizon Pipeline
- Ceda group
- Coller Capital
- Epson E.U.
- Weston Solutions
- Many enterprises have access to SharePoint Foundation, but it’s not a full ECM solution.
- SharePoint can do anything, but not easily or well.
- ECM requires process discipline and robust technical infrastructure. Neither of these is cheap, despite SharePoint’s reputation as a “cheap and cheery” solution.
- SharePoint is an incomplete solution; it does some things very well but still lacks functionality for particular business uses.
- Extending SharePoint with third-party tools is an important component of SharePoint project success.
- End-user adoption is the critical component of SharePoint deployments. Without end-user interest, there is no ROI.
- Friends don’t let friends use SharePoint Foundation for ECM; it’s free the way puppies are free.
Impact and Result
- The storyboard gives examples of the ways in which SharePoint can be successfully deployed for ECM, and reasons why it can’t.
- It also provides details about the various cost items that IT administrators must consider and the challenges those administrators will face.
- The SharePoint deployment plan tool creates a customized deployment plan that highlights those areas that are most critical for a particular enterprise, helping IT leaders avoid common pitfalls.
- The SharePoint 2010 readiness assessment tool gives IT leaders guidance on whether or not they need to adopt SharePoint 2010.
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