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I was chatting with Daniel Nerenberg on Messenger the other day. He asked if I had been to Alpha Mosaik's new website... He was quite excited because they had decided to deploy it on top of SharePoint 2007! I asked him to write up a quick post about their reasons and goals for the project - have a look...
I work for a Montreal based services consulting company. We specialize in designing and deploying Microsoft solutions.
To challenge ourselves and to show to our customers that we don’t just talk the talk we deploy the same technology we recommend. Microsoft calls this eating your own dogfood.
This summer we decided to really "chow down" as it were. We designed and deployed our new corporate web site on Sharepoint 2007.
Why did we launch our mission critical web site on beta technology? Here are the main goals for the project:
What this all boils down to for us is the ability to deliver a richer more informative web site for our customers and partners. It also means that as an IT Pro I can easily contribute content without getting distracted with the technical details of publishing web pages.
I invite you to visit our website, and to post comments/questions about the challenges we faced during the implementation. Our Sharepoint and IT teams would be happy to field any question you may have!
Daniel Nerenberg, MCSA, MCSE, - Senior consultant with Alpha Mosaik in Montreal (http://www.alphamosaik.com) and Vice president of the Montreal IT pro user group (http://www.mitpro.ca). Daniel is naturally inquisitive and passionate about technology. Driven by the desire to see cool technology bring people together in a global and local communities.
Excellent post Daniel!!! SharePoint 2007 is a solution that will have a huge impact on the way people deal with web solutions as a whole....