Connecting and optimizing SharePoint: AIIM study


Connecting and optimizing SharePoint: AIIM study

Imagine your work life without SharePoint. It’s hard to do, isn’t it?

In fact, today’s business landscape without Microsoft SharePoint seems almost incomprehensible. We all use SharePoint for essential everyday business tasks, from project collaboration to enterprise content management (ECM) to structured processes and workflows, and much more.

Since its inception, SharePoint has changed the landscape of organizational collaboration and has widely become the preferred ECM system across most enterprises.

Yet still, 63% of organizations have at least “some cause for dissatisfaction” with their SharePoint implementations, according to a recent study published by AIIM.

Why the dissatisfaction? Reasons run the gamut from lack of integration into line-of-business systems, to lack of customization (and/or difficult customization), to poor user adoption.

Sound familiar? If you’re struggling with any of these common SharePoint challenges, there is good news. Using a third party solution provider, like K2, can help you improve ROI on your SharePoint investment and drive better user adoption with low code – and often no-code – ways to:

- Give users the interfaces they want, on any device 
- Seamlessly and securely connect with any line-of-business system or data repository, on premises and in the cloud
- Span SharePoint versions, including SharePoint Online 
- Provide management teams with visibility and insight into processes across the organization

If you’d like in-depth insights for connecting and optimizing your SharePoint systems, please download the AIIM paper. And, for a snapshot view, check out this AIIM infographic that provides a top-level summary and key stats from the study.

Want ideas on how to make SharePoint work better for your organization? Join one of our live webinars on Thursday, April 23 at either 12 p.m. CDT or 3:00 p.m. BST/15:00 GMT, where we’ll explore the AIIM research, discuss the shift of SharePoint to Office 365 in the cloud and review add-on solutions to improve workflow and forms.