SP Marketplace a provider of application solutions for small to medium organizations has announced a partnership with Scinaptic Communications developer of OnePlaceMail to deliver integrated collaboration capabilities for their customers. OnePlaceMail connects Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office and Windows Explorer to Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365.
With the partnership, SP Marketplace SharePoint applications are extended beyond standard SharePoint/Outlook/Office capabilities, to provide:
• Drag and drop email and documents into SharePoint lists and libraries
• Send and Save emails into SharePoint
• Insert SharePoint links/documents into emails
• Access SP Marketplace SharePoint applications from Outlook
• Search SP Marketplace applications from Outlook
“With OnePlaceMail, our customers can now seamlessly capture and link all email interaction with Accounts (CRM), Customer Cases (Service Desk), Projects (PM) and employees (Intranet Portal)” stated Darrell Trimble CEO of SP Marketplace. “For those users who work in Outlook, this provides an intuitive and familiar way to capture interactions, documents and access our SharePoint business applications through Outlook.”
OnePlaceMail integration is available in the following SP Marketplace applications:
• SP CRM Lite
• SP IT Support Portal
• SP Project Tracker
• SP Intranet Portal
Designed to work on Microsoft 2010 SharePoint (all editions) and Office 365 SharePoint Online, these applications are 100% customizable without programming. Additionally, SP Marketplace offers “Application Provisioning Services”, where the base template can be enhanced with Web Parts and branding at minimum expense. The new templates and services allow small to medium organizations to benefit from SharePoint’s collaborative features without the traditional high cost of custom development.
SP Marketplace applications are available now, with details, screen tours, and video demonstrations available at www.spmarketplace.com.