SharePoint Search Optimisation Programme
Service Type:Consulting, Professional Service
Business Need:Data Management and Migration
Works With:Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Windows SharePoint Services
Industry Focus:General - Applicable to All
Businesses that have deployed Office SharePoint Server 2007 have a highly capable and feature-rich enterprise search capability, but few are realising its value. Intervate has designed a SharePoint Search Optimisations programme that addresses the widespread
problem of poorly planned search implementations in existing SharePoint deployments.
The programme is a week-long rapid search optimisation process designed to correctly configure SharePoint search. It leverages out-of-the-box SharePoint search capabilities, typically lying dormant, to deliver a best
practice configuration that will provide a vastly improved search experience. The optimisations entail a number of no-code, pre-defined areas of improvement for existing SharePoint implementations. The programme will take five business
days to deliver and will cost R30 000 excl. VAT. The optimisations provide improvements in four key areas - Education and Awareness - Workshop to discuss best practices and approaches to enterprise search strategy
- Training session to monitor and tweak search on an ongoing basis - Content Optimisation - Audit of a sample of content in order to provide recommendations on making content more discoverable - Search results presentation and optimisation - Default results
page optimisation - Specialised image search - Faceted Search - Relevancy and ranking tuning - Thesaurus implementation - Search capabilities - Installation of iFilters to crawl the full-text of non-Office documents - Improved people search including a mobile
version - Search scopes configuration - Best bets - Noise Words configuration - Extended search content - Advanced search configuration
SharePoint Search Optimisation Programme has not been reviewed by any customers.
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