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February 21 - Business Analysis - What you need to know about the SharePoint Framework
 
Attend the WISPUG meeting and learn about real life business analysis practices when working with SharePoint along with a review of the future of SharePoint development.
 
Meeting Details:
 

Topic 1 - What you need to know as an enterprise about the SharePoint Framework

Last year Microsoft released the SharePoint Framework as the latest and greatest in a line of ways to customize SharePoint. We’ll talk about what the SharePoint Framework is and how this new development method brings changes for your business. By the end of this talk you’ll have the information you’ll need to make the decision about whether to embrace the SharePoint Framework. We will have Office development Ryan Schouten joining us remotely from Utah to discuss this topic.

 

Topic 2 - Getting Business Analysis Right in the Context of SharePoint

Business analysis plays an important part in the success of any IT project, regardless of the platform/product/solution being implemented. The definition of requirements, change management, and user acceptance testing are some of the activities covered by this practice. But in the context of SharePoint, it is not always clear how to do business analysis appropriately. This talk will frame the role of business analysis in SharePoint projects and provide direction on getting it right. Ben Welden will be joining us in person to present this topic. Ben is a senior BA working primarily on portal, collaboration, and SharePoint projects.

Please see our Linked In Group for further details.
 

 

 


Upcoming Presentations

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  • June 20

 

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