How can we deliver SharePoint projects without the risk of volatile PowerShell development?

.. As PowerShell scripts become larger and more complex the more they depend on their developers and the more volatile they get. So change of staff or simple script modifications can pose a great risk to quality and timely project delivery.

With Ontolica Fusion you can significantly reduce the economic investment, risk and complexity of volatile PowerShell scripting.

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PowerShell goes “Hand-In-Hand” with SharePoint on-premises and in Office 365.
And for good reason, PowerShell is one of the SharePoint admin’s and developers preferred and indeed necessary tools.

In the beginning PowerShell scripts are simple and quick to “show something”. However over time, PowerShell scripts tend to grow in size, complexity and inconsistency, leading to significantly increased economic cost and business continuity risk.

To cut it short:
Ontolica Fusion can swap the long PowerShell scripts with codeless Reusable Components.

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Solution Documentation

Script comments is typically hard to convert into useful delivery documentation as the context is isolated so structure and dependencies are left out. In essence writing the documentation for the project is a separate manuel task.

With Fusion, while the developer is at it, the step being worked on is described with few word like “Sync invoice pdfs from Library a to b..” and Fusion will automatically generate standardized solution documentation including structure, dependencies and cross reference links and deploy On-Line or as PDF.

Speed = morde decissions per. day

Scripting by multiple developers

Solution maintenance.


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