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A Vendor & Resource Management Solution

In my last post , I talked about ROI of SharePoint and the above example provides a set of business activities with many hidden "soft" costs -- which are probably not measured in most organizations today

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SharePoint 2010 - A Learning Management System (LMS) for Government\DoD, Private Sector\Fortune 1000, and Educational Institutions | (SP vs. Blackboard)

ARMY Portions of Harvard Purdue University Portions of the University of Phoenix Kansas State University University of New Orleans University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) Rhode Island Public School Districts Worcester State University With a SharePoint LMS, there is going to be some configuration and\or custom development which can easily be managed to scale for size or performance but if your organization \ institute already owns and is using the software, a SharePoint LMS is yet another huge way SharePoint can produce real measurable and tangible Return on Investment (ROI)

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Implementing SharePoint within Federal Government Agencies – Best Practices “From the Consulting Trenches” \ Tips for Government IT Executives & Appointees

EPC Group, who has had over 650 successful implementations (not tooting our own horn), and sometimes will question getting involved in specific 6-8 month RFP \ proposals due to the fact that it is not worth the lengthy procurement process and contract bingo \ eBay-swap will instead take a Fortune 500 \ Fortune 1000 engagement that we know we can get executive buy-in and bring extensive SharePoint Return-on-Investment (ROI) to the table

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SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Options, Considerations & Best Practices

While the new features may be very attractive, it makes good business sense to do the requisite cost/benefit/risk analysis to determine how big an effort the upgrade will be and to try to ascertain the ROI for your organization

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My Site Implementation in SharePoint 2010 – A Best Practices Strategy

My advice would be to pilot My Sites within 1 or 2 departments and test these strategies with these users and see how much ROI you really get out of them as I can guarantee you will be amazed at user productivity

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