Warrington, Cheshire (PRWEB UK) 3 October 2013
UK-based SharePoint provider igroup ltd has carried out a SharePoint health-check for the Science & Technology Facilities Council. The analysis looked at an existing deployment of SharePoint used by the Science & Technology Facilities Council and provided a report detailing areas for improvement.
The Science & Technology Facilities Council is one of the UK’s seven publicly funded Research Councils responsible for supporting, coordinating and promoting research, innovation and skills development. It supports an academic community of around 1,700 in particle physics, nuclear physics, and astronomy including space science, working at more than 50 universities and research institutes in the UK, Europe, Japan and the United States.
Managing Director of igroup Steve Rastall said, “We are pleased to have provided a forward looking organisation such as the Science & Technology Facilities Council with a SharePoint health-check. Our report will help to move them forward and support the excellent work that they do.”
igroup's SharePoint health-checks provide a thorough review of systems and processes and a report to identify areas for possible improvement. They are carried out by Microsoft Certified Professionals.
To find out more about igroup’s SharePoint services visit: http://www.igroupltd.co.uk/.
igroup is a UK-based technology company that provides SharePoint solutions. Formed in 2005, the company has at least doubled sales revenue every year via organic growth since being formed.
The company is ISO 9001 certified and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with its specialist competency in SharePoint. It offers a range of SharePoint services including development, hosting, consultancy, support and training. igroup's Managing Director, Steve Rastall has been named in Insider Magazine's 'Top 25 Up & Coming Entrepreneurs' and the organisation has also won a HOT 100 Fastest Growing Companies award.
igroup's clients have included Herefordshire County Council, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Carmarthenshire Council, PMI Health Group, Chiesi, Sciensus, Provident Insurance and Serco.