SharePoint Development

Experts in SharePoint Development and Implementation.

sharePointAs experts in SharePoint development, SharePoint deployments and customizations have become a major Kanda point of strength over the last couple of years. We’ve built a Sharepoint development team of more than 50 experienced developers, backed by more than a hundred additional developers with relevant Microsoft certifications. In addition, our exceptional QA team is skilled in testing complex enterprise-wide deployments.

Within a large enterprise, SharePoint is often one of several coexisting information management environments. All these need to be integrated – and Kanda has deep experience integrating SharePoint with other platforms including Documentum, Vignette and OpenText.

SharePoint development takes more than just setting up a server. It requires knowledge of implementing business requirements and workflows, as well as being able to preserve and leverage the value of prior IT investment while planning ahead for future upgrades and enhancements. Kanda brings to the table its long-standing expertise in all aspects of corporate information processing – we have been developing custom Document Management, Content Management, Knowledge Management and Assets Management Enterprise platforms as well as Enterprise and Web Portals since 1996.

There are even more skill sets required to carry out a successful SharePoint development project. They include categorization, metadata, search ranking and optimization, and workflow optimization and automation,. With Kanda’s substantial background in knowledge management, Sharepoint development projects and implementation are a natural extension of the company’s core expertise.

Kanda has a full complement of skill-sets necessary for a successful SharePoint development and deployment.

  • Business analysts, who work directly with your stakeholders to translate business needs into SharePoint’s customizations and configurations.
  • Knowledge-management analysts who assist you with designing taxonomies, categorizing your information, and keeping it relevant and up-to-date.
  • Test analysts who create the test plan including manual, automated and stress test cases that ensure your department or enterprise-wide rollout is a success rather than an embarrassing resource hog.