Competent consulting on the way to Enterprise 2.0

The SharePoint consultants of the Trans4mation Group are your reliable companions and consultants on the way to modern, efficient workflows. Within the scope of our consulting services, we support you in the specification of your requirements, show you the potential of SharePoint and clarify all technical and organizational questions related to the implementation.

SharePoint is an extremely powerful, almost universally applicable, solution but only if it is professionally designed, connected and implemented. Therefore, our experts within the framework of SharePoint consulting create the prerequisites.

First, we will work with you to find out what SharePoint can do for your company and which components and applications best meet your requirements. In parallel, we conduct on-site workshops to assess whether the technical and organizational framework conditions for implementation are met and how SharePoint fits into your company's IT strategy.

In many cases, the discussion between consultant and customer gives a more concrete idea of the potential of SharePoint with regard to process optimization in the company and the variety of use cases the solution can cover—from DMS to standardized candidate management and skill management.

In addition, our experts raise awareness that implementing SharePoint is only the first step in a comprehensive transformation process towards Enterprise 2.0. SharePoint provides more than just an Intranet portal: Applied consistently, it fundamentally changes the way people work and communicate in the company. The analysis of processes and information flows in companies also forms the basis for decent implementation through IT-based Business Intelligence and supported business processes.

The following services can be part of our SharePoint consulting:

  • Strategy workshops
  • Process analysis
  • Process optimization
  • Conception of tailor-made SharePoint solutions
  • Comprehensive support of the transformation process
  • Introduction to the IMPACT method