Unified SharePoint Portals and Cloud-based Office 365 Solutions enabled a leading publishing house to have a central Document Storage Repository with ease of Access and Maintenance 

  Industry: Not-for-Profit Publication House 

  Location: New Jersey, USA

  Employees: 100

  Revenue Range: $24.66 Million

About the Client

The Client is a leading publisher of academic documents, books, journals, and research papers. It has offices in the US, England, and China. Founded in 1905, the client has close connections with an Ivy League university famed for providing a platform for bringing scholarly ideas to the world stage.

Background

The client publishes a range of manuals, books, research papers, and documents spanning multiple disciplines from its global locations. It uses Fileshare to store and access them locally. The numerous storage locations led to challenges in easy accessibility and organized document management. 

To make these documents globally available, the Rights department of the Client required a central online storage repository to facilitate easy storage, management, and access for all its internal and external stakeholders.  

Quadrion conducted an initial assessment and roadmap strategy and proposed a solution that would store all documents in the cloud and have a central repository to access them. The solution would be implemented using SharePoint, as the client was already using the Microsoft Office 365 platform.