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May MN SharePoint User Group

May MN SharePoint User Group

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  • May 9, 2018
  • 9:00AM to 11:30AM

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May MN SharePoint User Group

9:00AM to 11:30AM
May 9, 2018

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May MN SharePoint User Group

9:00AM to 11:30AM
May 9, 2018

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It’s your turn to shine!!! We always have a great response to real world case studies and this month will feature members of the MNSPUG community sharing their stories on specific use cases.  All of those who submitted were asked to talk about the following during their presentation:

  • What was the business need?
  • What options did you have (if any)?
  • Why did you choose this option?
  • How did you implement?
  • Was there any ROI after implementation?

Here are the members and what they will be presenting:

Joseph Satre – Carver County

Modernizing the invoicing and payment tracking system used by Jail Services

Learn how Carver County utilized SharePoint with external systems to track payments and invoices by connecting CIS and utilizing Business Connectivity Services and Nintex to pull it all together with some light JavaScript development.

 

Noah Spannbauer – Minnesota Twins

Using the SharePoint Framework to develop a central event based visual solution

Important event information critical to the operation of the business is kept in multiple locations: SharePoint, SQL Server, Excel, Publisher, and Outlook public folders. Executives and Managers have to go to multiple places to locate event information so they can make informed decisions that impact the business, in which they aren’t able to quickly make business critical decision regarding events.  By developing a SharePoint Framework client-side web part that leverages PnP JS we were able to retrieve event information using SharePoint Search and displaying the results in a single calendar view using an open-source Full Calendar project.

 

Don Donais – Ameriprise Financial

Using SharePoint to manage SharePoint

Moving from SharePoint on-premise to SharePoint Online can be a daunting task, even with a small farm.  Moving all of the content into a new site architecture needs to have high visibility and tracking throughout the long process.  See how we used SharePoint to manage our process of moving to the cloud to ensure no site was left behind, unless we wanted it to.

 

We look forward to seeing you at our May meeting!

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