Weaving together multiple information sources
A leading beauty retailer with a portfolio of thousands of products from hundreds of beauty brands had internal content that was deployed across Sitecore, SAP Enterprise portal and other locations. Because of the disparate systems, employees had a hard time finding the information they needed and difficulty communicating with others across the company.
With several stores across the country, the beauty company wanted to provide its employees with a single portal that connected them to the information and content that they needed daily. The in-store salons, for example, might only have one salon associate; a portal would enable them to communicate with each other and share training and knowledge. They also wanted the simplicity of a single sign-on between SharePoint and SAP to provide a seamless usable interface for their users.
SPR Consulting designs a sleek SharePoint approach
While the company had chosen SharePoint in Office 365 as their new portal platform, they wanted a structured approach to governing SharePoint and leveraging a centralized repository for content management and navigation. They reviewed many candidates and even asked Microsoft for their recommendation. Microsoft referred them back to SPR Consulting, the Midwest’s premier portals expert.
Recognized by Microsoft as experts in integrating SharePoint with SAP, SPR Consulting offered the beauty retailer a predefined and proven process to defining a corporate SharePoint Content Management and Governance plan. The project was divided into three parts:
The beauty supplier now has all things all in one place: a single portal hosted in Office 365 as the window to everything an employee needs to get their job done.