Since its launch in 2001, Microsoft’s SharePoint application has become many things to many people and organizations. For some, it’s a simple collaboration or data management tool. For others, it’s a sophisticated development platform for everything from internal dashboards to transactional websites. Numerous case studies available on the Web showcase how companies have used SharePoint to improve worker productivity, strengthen client relationships and help grow businesses.

As the innovative use cases and benefits expand, so does its adoption. In a recently released report, “SharePoint - Strategies and Experiences,” the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) polled its community of enterprise content management professionals and found that 61 percent of member organizations have implemented, or are in the process of implementing, some version of the SharePoint application (including SharePoint 2003, Windows SharePoint Server and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server).

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