Wouldn’t be nice if your business had an application that not only could adapt to small-scale needs, but large ones as well? An application that could essentially grow with you and your Company. If this sounds enticing, then why not spend a few minutes to learn how SharePoint 2013 just may be right for your business needs?
As organizations grow, so does the amount of files they collect along the way. Let’s face it, the amount of time it takes to organize and manage large amounts of files is endless. No growing business wants to deal with the tedious tasks when they’re on the road to success. They want someone, or something else, to take care of it for them. This is where SharePoint Server 2013 comes in.
It’s time to realize that sometimes we can’t do it all. We can strive for it, but oftentimes it’s not humanly possible. That’s why companies like Microsoft develop server systems like SharePoint, and why businesses like Newtek package it into a nice little SaaS offering; to benefit you.
Sure it may have been a little pricey (before Newtek began offering shared plans so you don’t have to come up with the licensing expense), but even then it would have been worth it. “Sometimes you have to spend a little, to save a lot.” In the case of SharePoint 2013, the amount of future expenses, time, and energy saved is … well, it’s priceless.
With the shared hosting offers now available, you’d almost be crazy not to at least consider it. To break it down even further, SharePoint is a software platform that allows you to:
- Manage documents and files
- Create activity feeds, community sites (similar to LinkedIn), and other social networking-type features
- Collaborate with peers across the company
- Build and install customized apps
- Search for information
Let’s look at the facts, SharePoint saves time, increases employee productivity, lowers IT cost, enhances browser capability (supports Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer) and currently 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies use it (they can’t all be wrong!). With all these goodies attached to one software platform, it seems like a no-brainer: SharePoint Server 2013 for the win.