You have an IT team but it likely does not consist of several SharePoint architects, analysts and designers.
Typical questions like does 500GB in point A going to equal 500GB in point B? (likely “No”)
The answer starts by speaking with our team so we can ‘diagnose’ your environment.
Delegate ancillary SharePoint tasks to people who love using it every single day!
“We like SharePoint, but we don’t want SharePoint to look like SharePoint. And it needs to be easy.”
Maybe? Maybe not? Let’s get these questions answered so we don’t see any 401’s!
Your IT team is used to what they do now and likely do not have the bandwidth for a new platform.
Over time, every company learns what they need, like and want. Unfortunately, those almost always evolve as companies grow which lends itself so disparate IT content platforms such as sprawling network drives, older SharePoint instances as well as other content management platforms like Lotus.
But how do you get from current state to the future with as little business disruption as possible? And how do you keep valuable time and costs in line with expectations?
The cliché “every client is different” very much holds true when it comes to SharePoint migrations. Unlike many companies, we always start with a full assessment of each clients business and technical landscape before giving any sort level of effort commitment.
As the migration progresses, tasks are organized to be sequential as well as parallel to the least impact to your business is made while factoring your ideal budget and timelines for success.