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The SharpCloud team share their insights into visual roadmapping, dynamic presentations and the project planning process

SharpCloud SharePoint Significant Interest Group

Are you looking to get more value out of your SharePoint data? 

Join us for the first SharpCloud SharePoint Significant Interest Group (SIG) meeting on Thursday 21st June, and find out how to get more value and insight from visualising your SharePoint lists in SharpCloud.

Hear from Steve Warner at Arriva, on how SharpCloud has enabled them to visualise SharePoint data, map relationships, highlight the gaps, build knowledge and uncover high-level insight.


The meeting will take place on Thursday 21st June, 10am - 1pm, at the Keyworth Centre, London South Bank University, London, SE1 6NG.

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SharpCloud Thought Leadership Group - May

Our second Thought Leadership Group meeting, saw customers from Arriva, Spirit Aerosystems, Network Rail, BMT, IfM, UK Ministry of Justice, The Dutch Ministry of Defence and Chaucer, discuss their use cases and how SharpCloud can help them solve their business problems. Partner Microsoft sponsored the event and also attended to participate in Roadmap and SharePoint discussions.

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Business Insights across SharePoint with SharpCloud

"We are a big O365 user, everyone uses Teams and SharePoint. SharePoint lists update automatically into our SharpCloud storyboard, so no manual updating is required, making life much easier. It really is seamless. The team is always focused on a live version of the data." - Steve Warner, Arriva

 


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IT Data Transparency Program for CIOs

SharpCloud are working with the world’s leading CIOs to create digital real-time IT roadmaps and public dashboards so that they can force agencies to plan their projects more thoughtfully and keep resourcing under control.

The State of Hawaii Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) developed an IT Roadmap initiative to improve the states IT Governance process.

 

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Increase Transparency, Boost Productivity

Transparency is important when sharing basic information and data, yet the importance of transparency in business and the decision-making process is frequently overlooked. Transparency ultimately leads to clarity for everyone, improving productivity, employee morale and a company's culture. Keeping workflow transparent and obvious to everyone within a company is vital.

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