SharePoint Org Chart for SharePoint Foundation 2013 Edition
SharePoint Org Chart is a web part that allows you to easily create, search, navigate and display organisation charts in SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Foundation and MOSS 2007. – User friendly – no coding required – Draw an organistion chart from a SharePoint list, User Profile Service or from a database – Printing support – Search by name and job titles – Supports multiple managers and assistants – Choice of colours and layouts – Simple installation and configuration – Can pull photos, email addresses and links to ‘My Site’ from User Profile Service ( Not Foundation) – Price: $750.00 with 30 day money back guarantee
SharePoint Org Chart is a Web part that allows you to easily create, search, navigate and display organisation charts in SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Foundation and MOSS 2007. It is quick to install, easy to configure and simple to use.
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Simple to Configure – The configuration wizard makes setup easy.
Powerful and Flexible – Supports multiple managers and assistants.
Easily Searchable – Search by name, job title or department.
Quick to Customise – Conditional formats bring the org chart to life.
User Profile Service – Pull photos, emails and links from the User Profile Service.
User friendly – No coding required.
Data – Draw an organisation chart from a SharePoint list, User Profile Service or from a database.
Presentation – Choice of colours and layouts.
The KWizCom SharePoint Organization Chart web part connects to various sources and provides various views for the display of organization breakdown structure (OBS). Quickly track down anyone in your professional community with the click of a button.
The Web Part, “Org Chart”, that was visible under the About Me section of MySites in previous versions of SharePoint is now hidden in SharePoint 2013 by default. But when you view the About Me page of any another employee it is displayed. This behavior is by design and it’s for better performance reasons.
In previous versions of SharePoint, the profile page always loaded the Org Chart web part. Loading peer, manager and direct report data actually requires an extra database lookup which contributes to a longer page load time. Since most users would prefer to have their personal profile page load faster than to see their own position in the organizational hierarchy, the Org Chart web part is hidden when a user views their own profile page.
The Org Chart Web Part displays the organizational chart based on the SharePoint User Profile Store or a SharePoint list. It allows to navigate up and down the organizational hierarchy by clicking on the chart items.
The Web Part can be used with WSS 3.0, MOSS 2007, Sharepoint 2010 Foundation and Server, Sharepoint 2013, Sharepoint 2016 and Sharepoint 2019.
The following parameters can be configured:
Custom CSS styles
User Profile properties being displayed
SharePoint list columns being displayed
When an organization is near the point of kicking off and performing a upgrade and/or migration initative to SharePoint 2013 and/or Office 365, it is key to ensure core elements have been designed and put in place to meet not only the current needs of the organization over the next 12 months but for at least the next 24-36 months via a SharePoint roadmap.
Scalability in SharePoint 2013’s design and planning for the future will save your organization an incredible amount of budget as well as the entangle price that comes with achieving user buy-in and a overall satisfied user base that utilizes the tools and features for which are being providing to them.
What does your organization currently have implemented and if you could, ”in a perfect world,” describe the exact scenario and path of how your SharePoint 2013 initiative should go, what would you say?
For example, on the previous 60+ SharePoint 2013 upgrade and/or migration initiatives EPC Group has been a part of, we have outlined the overall requirements of 5 projects that organization’s were able to achieve with SharePoint 2013 and/or Office 365’s SharePoint Online:
Note: In reviewing these scenarios, start to think about your own high level summary of what you are wanting to achieve in your organization’s effort.
SharePoint Org Chart is a Web part which allows you to easily create, search, navigate and display organisation charts in SharePoint. It is quick to install, easy to configure and simple to use.
SharePoint Org Chart Features
Simple to Configure – The configuration wizard makes set up easy
Powerful and Flexible – Supports multiple managers and assistants
Easily Searchable – Search by name, job title or department
Quick to Customize – Conditional formats bring the org chart to life
User Profile Service – Pull photos, emails and links from the User Profile Service
User friendly – No coding required
Data – Draw an organisation chart from a SharePoint list, User Profile Service or from a database
Presentation – Choice of colours and layouts
SharePoint is web-based collaboration and document management platform. Though highly flexible, it is primarily used to store documents, and communicate information across organizations.
With SharePoint, users can create an intranet (or internal internet system) which works like any other website. Subsites can be created for specific departments or teams. Through this centralized, secure space users can access, share, and edit documents.
Organizations use SharePoint to create websites. You can use it as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from any device. All you need is a web browser, such as Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox.
Some of the features SharePoint offers include:
External sharing of files and content with people both inside and outside your organization
Content management features to help organize and manage content using libraries, lists, metadata, records management, and retention policies
Team sites that provide a place for predetermined groups of users to view and collaborate on content, data, and news
Communication sites to share and communicate messaging across organizations with customizable, dynamic sub-sites
Mobile apps to allow users to access intranets, team sites and content on Android, iOS, and Windows devices
Automate business processes by creating alerts and workflows
Search functions that help surface relevant people and important content
Who uses SharePoint?
Since SharePoint offers a number of different functionalities, it’s used by a wide range of businesses and organizations of all sizes.
According to Microsoft, more than 250,000 organizations use SharePoint, including over 85% of Fortune 500 companies who use SharePoint Online as part of Office 365.
According to Gartner’s most recent Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms, SharePoint is a leader in the market, with the report stating that “though there are a handful of platforms that nudge out Microsoft in terms of vision, none can rival SharePoint’s ability to execute and deliver a complete product.”
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