Take Advantage of Our 15-Year Journey with Microsoft® SharePoint®

We’ve Built Expertise Over Time to Help You

Many organizations use Microsoft® SharePoint® as a document repository and archive. Yours may be one of them. But SharePoint offers more than that. It can become a unifying hub that reaches across the company. The site can be used as a dynamic daily point-of-entry for company news, the latest links to developments within the company, and any communications from the administration, various business and tech units, channels, and teams. SharePoint also provides links to internal site sections.

We understand that organizations can build and manage their own SharePoint sites. But many of our clients prefer to have us develop and maintain the content and workflows for their sites because we bring real value to those assets. Even with SharePoint’s considerable capabilities, it’s economical for our clients to let Prowess Consulting build and manage their sites. More important, though, we free up IT, web development, and management teams to work on other tasks—saving you time and money.

Why Prowess Consulting?

As a well-established technology consultancy, Prowess Consulting has been creating and managing quality SharePoint sites for our deep roster of clients for more than 15 years.

We provide a complete collaborative experience that focuses on optimizing SharePoint best practices. Every year, we assist our clients with building and maintaining hundreds of SharePoint sites consisting of thousands of pages, with our teams working countless hours.

Then and Now

Over the years, we’ve learned what it takes to make a great SharePoint site.

In the early days of our SharePoint practice, the product had not yet evolved into the platform it is today. Page creation involved many complex steps and menus to navigate. And it helped to have a more technical background to build a site and create pages. Additionally, while predefined page layouts and web-part building blocks were available in earlier versions of SharePoint, they weren’t sophisticated, had limited functionality, and required greater hands-on effort to customize.

Today, the latest version of SharePoint is much easier to use and more accessible to users at different experience levels, and it works largely out of the box. Microsoft’s online “look book” of modern design templates goes a long way toward helping to create visually appealing, user-friendly, and functional pages that are fully integrated with Microsoft 365®. And, as SharePoint has evolved, so has our own proficiency in leveraging standard features that add value. These capabilities can shorten the time needed to design, deploy, and maintain the SharePoint sites with modern web parts that support rich content from internal and external sources and track permissions by default, adding security and a level of visibility into site usage. This creates a variety of useful data for managing sensitive information.

What It Takes

The latest version of SharePoint requires less effort to create sites and pages, without the need for extensive coding knowledge. Moreover, since SharePoint is part of the Microsoft 365 platform, it’s less challenging for users to integrate Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI and to add automation, workflows, and data visualizations with little or no code. Almost anyone with a bit of website savvy and an idea of the site they want to create can quickly assemble, connect, and configure the building blocks for their site’s SharePoint functionality. But that dedicated effort still needs to be made. With our expertise and specialized knowledge of the intricacies and refinements of SharePoint, we can take that time-consuming burden off your hands.

Let us know how we can help you.

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