Microsoft Publishes SharePoint 2010 Case Study on Colligo and Charter Communications

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Case study highlights benefits of SharePoint 2010 and Colligo Contributor for enterprise-wide content management

“SharePoint Server 2010 and Colligo help to speed the decision-making process. Users have better access to relevant information, because they can reach all of it through a single interface,” says Dan Vasey, Charter Communications.

Colligo Networks today announced that Microsoft has published a case study on how Colligo helps companies simplify information management and reduce IT costs. The case study features Charter Communications, a Fortune 500 company, who chose SharePoint Server 2010 and Colligo Contributor Pro as the foundation for an enterprise-wide content management system that makes it easier for its employees to manage information and records.

The case study has been published on the Microsoft site at: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=4000010771

In the case study, Dan Vasey, director of records and information management, Charter Communications, talks about the Charter Online Information Network (COIN), an enterprise-wide platform for documents and records management, in terms of accessing information and the decision making process:

“SharePoint Server 2010 and Colligo help to speed the decision-making process. Users have better access to relevant information, because they can reach all of it through a single interface,” says Vasey. “They don’t have to search among file shares, document management systems, and local folders to find what they are looking for—it’s all right there in COIN.”

Benefits of the SharePoint/Colligo Solution to Charter Communications

As stated in the case study, by using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Colligo Contributor Pro software, Charter Communications has built an enterprise content management environment that simplifies administration of and access to, documents and records, while addressing compliance. The solution has been readily accepted by users and helps Charter reduce its information management costs.

“The benefits that Colligo Contributor provides to enterprises are evident in Charter Communications’ experience with building and deploying a SharePoint-based information and records management system,” says Barry Jinks, founder and CEO of Colligo Networks. “I’d like to extend a big thank you to Dan Vasey at Charter for participating in this case study, which I am sure will serve as a blueprint for any organization looking to create an enterprise-wide content management solution on SharePoint.”

About Colligo Contributor Pro

Colligo Contributor is the complete email and document management suite for Microsoft SharePoint. With Colligo Contributor, tagging, storing, finding, and sharing essential content in SharePoint is as easy as dragging an email to a folder in Outlook, or filing a document in Windows Explorer. 30-day trials of Colligo Contributor are available at http://www.colligo.com/try. Volume pricing and other enquiries can be directed to sales(at)colligo(dot)com.

About Colligo Networks

Colligo Networks is the leader in email and document management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. Enterprises that use SharePoint rely on the Colligo Contributor suite to improve collaboration, increase productivity, and mitigate corporate risk. Featuring seamless integration with Microsoft Outlook and Windows Explorer, Colligo Contributor drives user adoption by making it easy to tag, find, store, and share SharePoint content in familiar ways, even when offline. Colligo Contributor is used by over 4000 organizations in 55 countries, with Global 500 customers including Microsoft, Kraft Foods, General Motors, and Siemens. Colligo Networks is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. For more information, please visit http://www.colligo.com
Colligo is a trademark of Colligo Networks, Inc. All other corporate names and / or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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