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Just about there as planned and moving forward, 34%

meet our original It’s doing the job expectaons, but progress has 26% stalled somewhat, 28%

Figure 5: Where has the main help and advice come from for your SharePoint development and rollout? (Check all that are significant) (N=484, excl.50 N/A)

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Only 18% of implementations are out-of-the-box or plain vanilla, although 40% have only “limited Specialist sector customization”. Nearly aindustry third (30%) aresupplier/ using customized versions equally between in-house 0% 10% split 20% 30% 40% 50% consultants development and external. Many users reported that they run different customizations for different groups within the business. is very little difference We useThere the standard vanilla productacross company sizes here, which is perhaps a little Vendor(s) third-party add-on products surprising. Larger of organizations are more likely to use in-house customization, but this is balanced by only less use of external development. As we will see later, managing the upgrade cycle when the system is Mainly standard product but with “Blue chip” external consultancy heavily customized can cause problems, and we would generally recommend use of add-on products or limited in-house customizaon productized customizations where possible, as the pressure will then be on the third-party supplier to keep in step with each new version of SharePoint as it comes out.

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