Office 365 and SharePoint Development on-Demand
Responsive Office 365, Azure and SharePoint development
Many organisations simply do not have the dedicated resources to support on-going developments to their Office 365 or SharePoint environments. Dev on-Demand helps clients with ad hoc SharePoint development and deployments requests as part of a controlled release management process. SharePoint Development on-Demand entitles clients to have access to experienced SharePoint developers to assist with changes, tasks or projects around SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure based applications. The service provides a responsive development capability through our dedicated SharePoint support team throughout the key stages of an application lifecycle process.
As part of the package you will have access to highly skilled SharePoint developers, who have an unrivalled relationship with Microsoft as a result of having multiple Microsoft MVPs. Our developers adhere strictly to Microsoft and application management best practices.
As part of our wider SharePoint support team, our development team have the dedicated resource to respond quickly to any changes or enhancements your organisation may require for your SharePoint environment.
Our experience of supporting current SharePoint production sites and similar applications has ensured that we are able to offer you a better design/architecture that will work for the limitations of your current application and help the future proof solution.
What do you get with SharePoint Development on-Demand?
Full release schedule and roadmap
Development requirement analysis
Full project plan
Solution design with full scopes of the project
Comprehensive deployment package
Deployments to various environments
Application and resource set up in Office 365 and Azure
Maximise the ROI of your SharePoint investment with Development on-Demand. Speak to Content and Code today.
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