PointSolutions, formerly known as Biz-ICT, is Yorkshire’s leading provider of SharePoint solutions to businesses across the country and has rebranded itself to further strengthen the company’s links with Microsoft SharePoint.
As an accredited Microsoft SharePoint specialist, PointSolutions provides integrated collaboration and business process applications, such as SharePoint CRM Solutions, SharePoint HR Solutions, intranets and extranets.
Established in 2003 by current managing director Mark Walsh, PointSolutions – based at Manvers, near Rotherham – is one of two providers globally of a full SharePoint HR solution and are the exclusive provider of SharePoint CRM Solutions in the UK.
SharePoint is a growing platform for businesses to use as it is included within Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud software alongside Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
PointSolutions’ senior management team has a combined experience of 25-years in designing, delivering and supporting software solutions. Key clients have included Rolls Royce, BSKYB and Sheffield Hallam University.
Mark Walsh, managing director of PointSolutions, said: “We have rebranded to recognise the changing face of the software market and to mark the growth of our business in recent years. PointSolutions is a recognised term within the sector for a high-end ‘best of breed’ product, so it fits very well with our overall business objectives.
“We are a SharePoint Specialist in a very niche market, and so we need to be accessible, open and personal to key business decision makers in order for them to understand the benefits SharePoint can provide.
“The software sector can be a daunting and complicated sector to many businesses, and we are keen to make our services more approachable for senior management teams and business owners across the UK. PointSolutions is a better fit with our long-term strategy to provide expert support to all companies through our unique applications and training services.”
PointSolutions is a founding member of the Sheffield IT Partnership and recently became a Patron of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.