BaseCamp – June 2012 – Leveraging Technology to drive Business Innovation

BaseCamp June 2012

Leveraging Technology to drive Business Innovation

 

Understanding your organizational value stream and its associated processes is a critical key to success. Mapping, analyzing and automating those processes will allow your organization to mature and grow to the next level. The challenge in automating the processes is ensuring that the mapped process mirrors the actual execution of the work stream in your organization. Until that is understood it is difficult to re-engineer and successfully automate the process using modern tools and methods. Summit 7 Systems can help map and automate your critical business processes while improving your organization’s efficiency. We can assist you with process identification, requirements gathering for the process, designing and implementing the solution. Once these processes are mapped and automated, you can benefit from reporting and analysis to allow your organization to set and meet goals.

 

If your strategic initiatives include automating business processes for efficiency or you would like to learn more about how it can benefit your organization, please Contact Us.

 

How do you link Mobile Apps and SharePoint?

Join Ben Curry, Tuesday June 19th at 1pm CST for “Document Capture on the Go” with Kofax and Fierce Content Management. This webinar will explore mobile capture in general, advances in this technology and what kinds of issues companies face when trying to merge mobile capture with ECM systems, including SharePoint.

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Not Everyone is using Windows to access SharePoint

In an enterprise environment these days it is not enough to assume everyone is using Windows to access your SharePoint farm. As many enterprises are offering a bring-your-own-device to work approach, inevitably other devices are showing up. This is no longer confined to just the creative departments of a company. The challenge this presents, like web browser support, falls on the architect of the solution. This makes planning more difficult and emphasizes the need for standardization. It's time to talk about those users in your environment; the Mac users. Join Jason Miller, Wednesday June 20 at 10am CST to learn about some ideas and approaches to solving the mobile computing conundrum with "The State of Macs and Mobile Devices with SharePoint" Webinar.

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Did you Design for Searching or Finding?

Daniel Webster focuses in on the on the results from SharePoint Search and FAST Search for SharePoint.

As a child, I used to go fishing with my grandfather. We rarely caught anything in the small river near my home. I always said, “I hate to go fishing because we never catch anything.” His consistent response was “They don’t call it catching. They call it fishing.”

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Getting Ready to go Mobile: What should I do first?

With Mobile device traffic on the rise, Amy Coleman looks at where to begin in going mobile.

Our client’s analytics proved that Mobile traffic was on the increase. Traffic to their sites actually tripled over a 9 month span with 1 in every 20 visits coming from a mobile device. So the decision to create a mobile optimized site was easy, but where to start?

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Speaking Engagements:

June 19
“Document Capture On the Go” Webinar
Ben Curry

 

June 20
Week3: “The State of Macs and Mobile Devices with SharePoint” Webinar
Jason Miller

 

June 26
Nashville SPUG
Jamye Few

 

July 11
“Best Practices for SharePoint 2010 Migration” Webinar
Jason Miller

 

July 19
SharePoint Re-design and User Adoption Seminar
Ben Curry

 

July 22-25
SPTechCon, Boston
Ben Curry & Mark Rackley

 

July 28
SharePoint Saturday, New York
Ben Curry

 

August 9
SharePoint Re-design and User Adoption Seminar
Ben Curry

 

September 8
SharePoint Saturday, Ozarks
Mark Rackley