“It’s well known that SharePoint, coupled with Microsoft Project Server, helps organizations drive new revenue and create efficiencies by providing ways for organizations to easily work together and share documents, project plans, schedules and other key business artifacts. However, we’ve found many organizations often struggle to fully utilize these powerful tools,” said Steven O’Neill, Director of Professional Services at ServerLogic. “By following best practices outlined by Microsoft, as well as lessons learned through over 20 years of successful professional service experience, we are excited to have the opportunity to expand our service offerings and help our clients and partners realize a maximum return on their investment in these systems.”
ServerLogic has recruited some of the region’s top experts to build the foundation of its Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint practice with the mission to help their customers overcome implementation, configuration, integration, and support challenges often encountered when implementing these powerful platforms.
"The rapid adoption of collaboration technologies like those offered by Microsoft requires that organizations develop capabilities to integrate these tools into their line-of-business applications. Our new service offering will provide them with the consulting resources to tackle complex enterprise-level projects." said Phillip (http://www.idc.com/
For additional information about this new consulting service offering, please contact Kathryn Evans at ServerLogic at kathrynevans@
ServerLogic has provided comprehensive IT professional services along with premier customer service to a wide range of customers from mid-sized organizations to large enterprises both nationally and internationally for over 20 years. With offices in Portland, Seattle and Phoenix, ServerLogic has established itself as a leading provider of IT staffing, custom software and website development, and managed IT services. You can learn more about ServerLogic by visitingwww.serverlogic.com.