LinqMatrix provides the most secure, reliable, affordable and responsive customised
SharePoint Services to small businesses. Our fully managed and hosted SharePoint
solutions are the answer for your company's SharePoint needs.
Most people share files using local or network file shares, file sharing systems
and email (Small files). Locating files sent as attachments, back and forth across
multiple emails, can be challenging. Furthermore, tracking the latest document version
can be confusing and result in lost productivity, especially when edited by multiple
users or saved using different document names.
Windows SharePoint has a built in version control system for electronic document management and Everybody can access documents which are stored centrally on the hosted SharePoint solution. With SharePoint, it is possible for employees to revise a document that will be used by others in the company and everyone concerned will be notified of any changes to a particular document.
Users can store, organise, search and manipulate documents electronically and pass documents across a network. If you have been convinced that you need a document management system for your business, then contact us.
Ideal for time sheets, expense reports, travel requests, registration forms, Human Resource documents, logs, legal forms, asset forms, tracking forms and other custom business forms.
Workflow processes are an important part of everyday life in all businesses, with many taking place casually or without structure. This can lead to projects not being completed properly, on time, or having being authorised by the company management. SharePoint workflows allow every day business activities to become automated and you can use SharePoint WorkFlow to manage tasks, content approval, manage and track the status of projects.
SharePoint "Event Driven Alerts" can automatically notify (Via email) you about important events, scheduling reminders, modifications or changes made to the SharePoint site.
Visually communicate date-based list data through several useful views: Day, Week, Work Week, Month, Quarter, Year and Gantt. Show events, tasks, milestones, project initiatives, legacy data, or employee vacation plans, to name a few.
SharePoint Project Management can be used for all Project Sizes and all Project Types. SharePoint can be used to apply common and practical project management concepts and helps you build a Project Management Information System (PMIS), customized to your project that can efficiently coordinate communication and collaboration among team members.
You can set up discussion boards to share information and discuss topics with your team. The discussion board shows the most recent discussion first, as well as the number of replies for each discussion.
You can access the SharePoint site and content from mobile devices using a modern micro-browser and an access gateway.
Team members can use blogs to share information and document thoughts on a particular
discussion. Most blogs are primarily textual but can be used to deliver charts,
graphics or video.
SharePoint Wikis combine the easy editing and linking capabilities of a wiki with the power of SharePoint metadata, web parts, and views. Create user manuals, training manuals, instruction guides, collaborate on designs, build an encyclopaedia of knowledge or subject matter.
Surveying your employees or surveying your customers is a valuable tool for gathering information. SharePoint allows you to create public as well as private surveys and quizzes. Data can be exported easily into an Excel sheet.
You can use SharePoint contact lists to centralised your contact information, keep track of your to do lists and project task lists. You can also set reminders, track of the status and any changes that are made.
Microsoft SharePoint templates available through your SharePoint web site can be applied to common business tasks.
Team members can subscribe to RSS feeds and new RSS feeds can be created.
Find any SharePoint document or site content using the built in SharePoint search engine.
SharePoint knowledge management tools leverage the expertise of people across the organization. (Team discussion forums, marketing surveys, corporate document libraries, calendars, contact lists, professional training documents, shared Internet links, blogs and wikis)