The Readify Sharepoint 2010 Assessment Service enables organisations to determine the readiness of migrating existing business applications from an earlier version of Sharepoint, or developed on a competing platform (e.g. Lotus Notes), to Sharepoint 2010. Our consultants combine market leading expertise in .NET with practical experience of Sharepoint 2010. We use a structured methodology to assess applications and their dependencies then estimate the cost/benefit of migration; and deliver a migration roadmap.
How the Service Works
The Sharepoint 2010 Assessment Service comprises two discrete phases. At the end of Phase One the client Readify determines the scope of the migration, along with dependencies, application functionality, and detailed opportunities on the new platform.
At the end of Phase Two, the client receives a detailed report and presentation. This details the optimal migration path, along with applications to phase out, recommendations to benefit from Sharepoint 2010, and a full cost/benefits analysis of migration.
What You Get
Readify provides an independent and unbiased assessment of your intranet platform and applications. You will receive a comprehensive understanding of the migration feasibility and requirements for the full functionality of your intranet to the Sharepoint 2010 platform. We will work with you to estimate any potential work, and prioritise these recommendations.
The Readify Sharepoint 2010 Assessment Experience
To date, Readify have helped clients in the mining, education, health and private enterprise sectors with technology workshops to assess Sharepoint 2010 as a platform. In all cases clients have been delighted at:
- The technology training their staff receive during the service
- The comprehensive understanding they get about their intranet usage and applications
- The "no holds barred" report and recommendations for improvement
- Readify's professionalism and deep expertise
SharePoint 2010 Assessment Service has not been reviewed by any customers.
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