Paragon Earns Microsoft Silver Content and Collaboration Competency
CRANFORD, NJ: Paragon Solutions, an advisory consulting firm specializing in enterprise information management, announced renewal of its Microsoft Silver Competency in Content and Collaboration. This competency certification as a member of Microsoft Partner Network will enable the company to demonstrate its SharePoint expertise.
Paragon extends supportive strategies for effectual utilization of SharePoint for connecting teams, knowledge management and access and increase productivity. Microsoft Silver competency is earned by partners who can successfully demonstrate proficiency in delivering quality solutions in a specific industry by receiving Microsoft certifications.
“This Microsoft Silver Content and Collaboration competency is evidence of the investment we have made in our knowledge of Microsoft products and showcases our expertise in today’s technology market,” states Daniel J. O’Connor, President and CEO of Paragon Solutions. “We will continue to accelerate our clients’ success by serving as technology advisors for their increasingly digital business demands.”
As SharePoint has become a part of cloud-based Office 365, Paragon’s SharePoint experts work with organizations to develop strategy roadmaps and configurations to facilitate effective migration planning, systems integration, information governance and change management for successful migration to the cloud environment. Paragon empowers enterprise environments to not only maintain existing functionalities, but improve and capitalize on business intelligence tools, improved search functions, and extranet capabilities by leveraging Microsoft products and solutions.
Paragon has also earned a Microsoft Silver Competency in Project and Portfolio Management which is also an evidence for its expertise in developing and implementing project and portfolio management solutions with Microsoft’s technology portfolio. The company deploys Project Server with a focus on ensuring organizations maximize the potential of the platform by aligning business and user requirements, developing a long-term strategy roadmap, standards, governance and operational excellence.
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