April 2014: Migrating Kajima USA to Office 365: A New Era in Productivity Begins

As the U.S. arm of a global design-build firm, Kajima USA has more than 1,000 employees working on vital projects in 20 cities, nationwide. The company had previously installed SharePoint 2007 and then upgraded to SharePoint 2010, using it primarily for its portal and file library functionality, and had moved to Microsoft Exchange in Office …

July 2013: Building an “Instant Access” Retrieval Solution for Vendor Documents with SharePoint

As a leading facility services provider, ABM oversees a large pool of documents relating to its business. The firm has standardized on SharePoint for document management and been very satisfied with its choice. However, when one of its financial institution (FI) customers required ABM to provide near-instant access to ABM’s vendor and subcontractor documents as …

March 2013: Electronic Publishing for Data Access, Portability & Integrity with SharePoint and Nintex Workflow

Oglethorpe Power Corporation’s goal was a solution that would enable, not only user-friendly electronic updating and publication of an electronic RDG (or eRDG), but also the ability to import, manipulate, filter and export the data stored in the document. “We wanted a centralized, e-repository of that guide and its information,” says Oglethorpe Power Corporation’s Director of Energy and Operational Interfaces Scott Billiot.

December 2012: Save the Children’s U.S. Programs Division Migrates to SharePoint 2010 to Build Public Resource-Sharing Website for Child Advocates

In late 2011, the U.S. Programs division of Save the Children turned to Abel Solutions to deploy a new website to share its educational resources with the public and enhance user experience. A year later, the award-winning non-profit has upgraded to SharePoint 2010 and successfully launched its U.S. Center for Child Development and Resiliency website, …

December 2012: North Highland Revs Up Collaboration and Community with SharePoint, FAST Search and NewsGator

North Highland had a well-utilized SharePoint framework, but older documents were not easily searchable. And geographically-dispersed subject matter experts (SMEs) were difficult to identify.

March 2012: Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Contract Workflow & Document Management System

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta had a home-grown, inefficient contract review system. Document reviews were local with redlined documents being reloaded, and there was no version tracking. Notifications were generated via email, making it difficult to track the process, and the system offered no views that facilitated reports or detail level status evaluation.