CardioLog Analytics On Demand for SharePoint Online – Webinar July 23rd Achieve Your Business Goals with Metrics to Develop and Improve Microsoft SharePoint Online

Atidan invites you to a joint webinar with Intlock where we will demonstrate how to achieve your business goals with SharePoint using CardioLog Analytics’ on demand solution (SaaS) designed specifically for SharePoint Online and Office 365, with metrics that can provide building blocks to further develop and improve your SharePoint portal on Wednesday July 23, 2014 at 1PM EDT.

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As organizations are migrating to cloud environments such as SharePoint Online and Office 365, they are discovering a need to better track usage within their environments and improve the ability to manage and constantly improve these platforms.

Setting up clear business goals that you’d like to achieve with your SharePoint portal is crucial to maximizing productivity and getting the most out of your portal investment. Learn how you can achieve business goals and objectives with CardioLog Analytics for SharePoint Online sites, as our holistic, on demand solution (SaaS) can help you transform and optimize your portal. With CardioLog Analytics’ meticulous usage reports, your SharePoint Online site can surpass its current success and further develop as an efficient resource and tool helping all end users work efficiently and effectively.

CardioLog Analytics, the only web analytics solution designed for SharePoint (versions 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003 and SharePoint Online and Yammer). It enables you to improve the usability of your intranet, drive portal collaboration, boost your ROI and enhance the overall productivity of your business.

All registrations will receive a special free trial offer and detailed information about Atidan’s Cardiolog SaaS offering for Office 365.

CardioLog Analytics for SharePoint Presentation


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