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The Purchase Request form can be utilized within an organization to control the process around end users requesting the ability to purchase new items required to complete their daily tasks. Often times within an organization, this process is manual, inefficient and does not offer historical reporting capabilities.
Credit Card Expense
The Credit Card form can be utilized within an organization to control the process around expense reimbursement, specifically as it relates to Credit Card expenses. Often times within an organization, this process includes multiple paper receipts, lack of oversight and delayed reimbursement for the employee.
Much like the Credit Card form, the General Expense form can be utilized within an organization to control the process around expense reimbursement. However, this form offers extended capabilities for mileage reimbursement and non credit card purchases.
Search Driven Corporate Directory
During all the SharePoint projects that Focal Point been involved with, the thing we always have lengthy discussions on is quick wins. A quick win is something that takes very little time, low cost and an impact that spans throughout the company. A Corporate Directory is used in EVERY company out there; however, most of the time when we walk in the door it is extremely manual, being updated every week by the receptionist, sent out via email and then printed by various individuals and posted on the walls in their cubicles.
Global Navigation Driven by Managed Metadata
One of the new capabilities of SharePoint 2013 is Managed Navigation which allows the use of term sets to drive site collection navigation. Unfortunately, by default, a term set that is used in Managed Navigation is limited to one single site collection and cannot be used across site collection boundaries. This would mean that a new term set would need to exist for every site collection wanting to use Managed Navigation.
End User Feedback
When using SharePoint to deliver content to end users, it is critically important to know ifÂ the layout of the pages or the actual content itself is being well received by the target users. Unfortunately, SharePoint does not offer out of the box functionality to gather end user feedback nor is there an easy way to build this functionality that spans the entire SharePoint farm without custom code.