Microsoft Technology Helps Architects Go Online to Share Knowledge Across Offices
Source: Microsoft Tips
BHDP Architecture was a growing architectural firm struggling with its attempts to share knowledge among its employees and to apply its combined expertise to its daily work. With limited seat licenses, the CRM application was not accessible to all employees and presented an overwhelming number of features and functions. The software could not be customized to BHDP's specific business processes. To achieve its objectives, BHDP capitalized on a host of Microsoft products such as Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 with Microsoft Windows Server 2003, SQL Server 2005, virtualization with Windows Server 2003 R2, Communications Server 2007, Exchange Server 2007, Windows XP and Office 2007. This comprehensive system would allow BHDP to achieve its objectives and vastly improve corporate collaboration.