In the oil and gas industry, project success is driven by effective collaboration and accurate data. Complex projects, such as building and maintaining plants and refineries, require that critical information be readily accessible, to streamline collaboration, enhance decision-making abilities, and mitigate corporate risk. With most project-related communication occuring by email, it is essential that this data is easily moved from personal Outlook folders to SharePoint, to ensure it is properly tagged, stored, and shared.
By extending the email and document management capabilities of SharePoint, Colligo solutions streamline collaboration across project teams—including teams with remote employees—ensuring effective content management, and consistent communication with external stakeholders.
Owners, operators, contractors, and other staff can easily manage project-related content including emails, project documentation, and safety and maintenance data, together in SharePoint, from the applications and devices they use every day. Rich metadata support, federated Outlook/SharePoint search capabilities, and offline access make it easy to provide up-to-date information, driving collaboration and productivity for your organization, and providing protection during ediscovery initiatives.
SharePoint 2016 | What’s New for ECM & Your Mobile Workforce
with Chris McNulty, Barry Jinks
Microsoft continues to push enterprise content management (ECM) forward into the modern world. Listen to Chris McNulty, Microsoft Senior Product Manager, as he gives a tour of all recent ECM investments in SharePoint 2016 and Office 365. Chris will showcase key capabilities to make content management easier and more manageable across your enterprise. Find out how to create intelligent and relevant experiences for information workers.
Chris is joined by Microsoft Gold Partner and Colligo CEO Barry Jinks, who will share strategies to balance mobile usability with information governance. Discover how document distribution and mobile metadata can empower a hyper productive workforce, while the new Microsoft Azure-based Colligo Console gives IT leaders control to govern data, ensure policy-based compliance, and achieve unparalleled visibility into mobile content activity.