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SharePoint Tender

By lizzy.osullivan ·
I work in an architectural company of approx 160 people, we need to deploy a document management system, I am researching SharePoint at present, I have contacted three Microsoft partners to tender for this project, I have given them a brief outline of what we are looking for, (I can supply this information if anyone interested) I am interested in finding out how I go about a tender process for judging the applicantss, and what questions should I be asking them, and finally giving them scores? I know vaguely what SharePoint does but how can I tell if it is right for our business? (we have looked at many software packages geared towards the construction industry but we are not in a position at present to take on these systems at present)

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by demosthanese In reply to SharePoint Tender

Think of sharepoint as a central website that holds tons and tons of folders. Everything you need can be neatly categorized and organized. You can limit who has acces to what and when really easily and it integrates with the microsoft office suite nativly. So your outlook schedule, shared files, etc. can all be made to work exceptionally well with sharepoint. Its what we use in my office.

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by lizzy.osullivan In reply to Sharepoint

That is a good way of looking at it, were you in charge of setting it up in your office? How many offices and users do you have? we are an archectural firm using alot of dwg files and Jgps, I was wondering how SP would intergrate with non MS software?

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by M_consultant In reply to SharePoint Tender

Hello lizzy

Is this requirement for document management system is still open. I would like to consult you how microsoft technologies/products can be helpful for your business scenario.

K.Sidhu

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