Enjoy effective document collaboration and information sharing with SharePoint
With the SuperOffice SharePoint document integration, you can store the documents and emails you’ve created in SuperOffice CRM in your SharePoint repository. This allows everyone in the company to save, access, and share important documents quickly.
Whether it’s a proposal, contract, project document, quote, image, or email – you can store, view, or share any document related to a customer relation in your SuperOffice CRM database.
By downloading and installing SuperOffice Web Tools, you can automatically open documents and emails on your computer, where you can then edit and save them back in SuperOffice CRM.
This ability to easily manage documents and access up-to-date information at all times helps SuperOffice CRM users to always stay on top of their relationships with customers and prospects.
However, more and more companies are working in the cloud because of all the new capabilities and benefits it offers. Not surprisingly, businesses opt for the cloud-based tools available in Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace to create documents. They also employ more advanced tools like Microsoft SharePoint to store, share and work with documents.
If your company already uses or plans to use SharePoint and SuperOffice CRM, a document can live in two separate places. So, how do you know where to store or who has access to your documents?
To resolve this, we have created a solution – SuperOffice SharePoint document integration. When you enable the SharePoint integration in your SuperOffice CRM, you’ll be able to automatically store all documents created in SuperOffice CRM in your SharePoint repository. In other words, you replace the default SuperOffice CRM document archive and use your SharePoint site instead.
Integrating SharePoint with SuperOffice CRM means you only need one system to manage your documents since both applications save documents in the same place. No need to waste time looking for important information and where it is saved.
The app is being provided free of charge; limitations could apply.