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SharePoint Resources

Senior SharePoint Architects

The role of a Senior SharePoint Architect is to plan and coordinate technical activities and system architectural component development throughout the project lifecycle by working closely with the project management, stakeholders and users as well as the Design and Implementation team.

Our Architect will survey and analyse the business and technical information, conceptualise the viable solutions and apply the Microsoft platform and unique features of SharePoint to obtain a best practices platform-based solution.

Connected Systems will provide SharePoint Architects who are certified Microsoft Technical Specialist in SharePoint with many years of experience with enterprise customers designing SharePoint-based solutions and planning a seamless and smooth migration should this be required.

Senior SharePoint Developers

As SharePoint Developers, Connected Systems’ Developers have a broad set of .NET v3.5/v4 skills.

Understanding the SharePoint Object Model is critical to understanding how to leverage SharePoint, whether its feature development or web part development.

Some of the numerous capabilities and features for professional developer to understand are UI Enhancements, Lists and Schemas, LINQ to SharePoint, Client Object Model, Workflow, Services Architecture, Accessing External Data, Enterprise Content Management, Extending Search, Business Intelligence Sandboxed Solutions and SharePoint Security all with keeping in line with SharePoint Best Practices.

Migration: Regarding migration activities, the developer helps to remediate old components and features. If source code is not available, components and features are developed to replace legacy features.

SharePoint Project Manager

The role of a SharePoint Project Manager is the main interface between our customers and the development team. Our SharePoint Project Manager is responsible for the customer engagement and interaction and the day-to-day project management and technical delivery. This involves managing the project schedules, status reports, budgets, issues, risks, and all other project documentation and deliverables.

Our SharePoint Project Manager prioritises tasks to drive results through effective facilitation and collaboration of efforts and timely completion of tasks in an environment of competing priorities and resources while using standard project management methodologies.

Our SharePoint Project Manager understands and ensures appropriate system development lifecycle is applied to the project - analysis, design, build, test, implementation and handover to production support.

Document Management Architect

The role of a Document Management Architect is to plan and coordinate technical activities and system architectural component development throughout the project lifecycle by working closely with the Project Management, Stakeholders and Focus Groups as well as the design and implementation team.

Our Document Management Architect will consider the following activities:

  • Integrating security (achieving SSO)
  • Integration with business applications
  • Organisation-wide Search
  • File plan and Taxonomy requirements
  • Search
  • Versioning
  • Line-of-business application integration
  • Workflow
  • Usability
  • Integration with mobile devices (related to current application support)​​