Akita is experienced in SharePoint project management, helping organisations achieve more from their solutions. Whether you’re short on internal resources or want more professional guidance for your project, a SharePoint project manager will deliver the assistance you need.
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Why Use A SharePoint Project Manager?
Organisations benefit both from our technical and business expertise.
Our project managers have expert knowledge of SharePoint architecture. This means they can help rationalise your requirements, advising on how best to configure your SharePoint site structure, apply security measures and utilise design elements.
Utilising a professional SharePoint project manager will also make sure best practice is observed. They can provide guidance on smart user journeys, how SharePoint can integrate with your other systems (eg. Microsoft Teams or Dynamics 365), and how to promote user adoption and correct use.
Delivering Return On Investment
As well as filling a resource gap, our SharePoint project management expertise can also help deliver better value from your project.
With expert scoping of requirements at the start of your project, your SharePoint solution will be designed to meet your organisation’s challenges and scale with your growth. That way, your SharePoint investment will still be delivering value in five years, rather than being redundant in two.
Our experts will also help maximise value from your Microsoft 365 licensing, guiding you either in how to spend as little as possible or how to use all the features available to you.
Our SharePoint Solutions
Our expert team is experienced in developing a wide range of SharePoint solutions for organisations of all sizes and profile.
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Our SharePoint Project Methodology
Our SharePoint project management follows an Agile development methodology. This supports the completion of projects on time and with minimal change control at the end.
Our initial scoping exercise will determine your requirements and give examples of particular use cases. Projects are then broken into manageable parts or ‘sprints’.
Sprints are short, intense development sessions and only involve the stakeholders relevant to that sprint. This approach maximises resource usage and guarantees that senior staff don’t waste time in irrelevant meetings.
Each sprint also contains dedicated testing time, ensuring that the solution works technically and that it meets initial requirements. Project sprints also take place simultaneously. So rather than working stage-by-stage, SharePoint projects can be finished far quicker by having multiple phases completed at once.
As required we’ll help organisations train their users in getting the most from their new SharePoint solution. And we’ll often provide a period of support post-go live to make any minor tweaks you require and address any further user questions.
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