SharePoint Design and Implementation

For over a decade companies have relied on SharePoint to power teamwork, to automate business processes, to create business applications and to build company-wide intranets. As a core part of Office 365, SharePoint provides content management and collaboration capabilities that are seamlessly integrated with the other applications people use every day to create and co-author documents, meet and work with their teams, brainstorm, analyze and make decisions. SharePoint is also integrated with the powerful cross-suite capabilities of Office 365, such as Office 365 Groups, the Office Graph, and governance controls for security, privacy and compliance.

More than 200,000 organizations use SharePoint today and an extraordinary community of more than 50,000 partners and 1 million developers make up a $10 billion solutions ecosystem around SharePoint. And the best is yet to come. Microsoft is on a mission to empower every individual and organization to achieve more.

SharePoint is characterized as:

  • Simple and powerful file sharing and collaboration on any device.
  • The mobile and intelligent intranet, with modern team sites, publishing and business applications on your desktop and in your pocket.
  • An open and connected platform that evolves SharePoint extensibility to embrace modern web development.
  • Investments in security, privacy and compliance across Office 365.


97% of businesses using collaboration software reported being able to service more clients more efficiently


74% reported faster access to information and internal data.


SharePoint Services

SharePoint provides a technology platform that supports many functions needed to run your business:


  • Shared calendars
  • Document management
  • Content management
  • Intranet backbone
  • Workflow
  • Help Desk Management
  • Case Management


Solaris Intelligence’s SharePoint Design and Implementation will move your business past the competition

Collaboration – Allow teams to work together effectively by managing projects, collaborating on and publishing documents, maintaining task lists, implementing workflows, and sharing information through the use of wikis and blogs – all through a consistent user interface.

Portals – Bring the full insight and data of the organization to the right people at the right time by making it easy to connect people with line-of-business data, experts, and business processes across the organization.

Enterprise Search – Quickly and easily find people, expertise, and content in business applications.

Enterprise Content Management – Create and manage documents, records, and Web content.

Business Process and Forms – Create workflows and electronic forms to automate and streamline your business processes and reduce development costs and IT complexity.

Business Intelligence – Allow information workers to:

  • easily access critical business information from disparate sources
  • analyze and view data, and
  • publish reports to make more informed decisions.

Social Computing – Enable users to collaborate on projects or business opportunities regardless of physical or time separation via SharePoint project portals, live communication, podcasts, and blogs.