Document Imaging Report – DocPoint Reports Strong Growth

ECM for SharePoint systems integration specialist DocPoint Solutions is expecting to surpass 25% annual growth for the third consecutive year in 2013. Based in Fulton, MD, DocPoint was launched in 2008 as a wholly owned subsidiary of document imaging service bureau and SI Quality Associates, Inc. “In addition to revenue growth, 2013 has brought more than 100 new and returning customers spanning a variety… Read more »

DocPoint’s Sharepoint Solutions Design Strategy

As Microsoft SharePoint has evolved, the same is true for the challenges that adopters face. Now, many organizations are realizing that although SharePoint has solved their initial problems, they have not actually thought their ECM strategy all the way through. In order to address these issues for our customers and prospects as we continue to… Read more »

Ready to Make the Jump to SharePoint 2013?

In our last newsletter, we advised that it is not quite time to update to SharePoint 2013 until the release of the first service pack. Since then, four updates have been released, and we are seeing more and more customer interest in upgrading. Apart from the fact that it is the latest edition and folks… Read more »

Employee Spotlight

Pete Smith,  SharePoint Engineer “Working at DocPoint can be challenging at times, but that’s what I like about my job. I tend to thrive in stressful situations,” said Pete Smith, a SharePoint engineer for DocPoint Solutions. “Plus, I get to experience a broad range of technology on a daily basis.” Originally a QAI employee for… Read more »

The DPS Differentiator

When Microsoft Sharepoint first began to take off, IT departments found themselves overwhelmed. With little to no formal SharePoint train-ing, they faced the heavy burden of the increasing number of support requests, system changes and enhancements, and often could only provide a basic configuration of the platform. As a result, SharePoint adoption suffered and many… Read more »


When DocPoint Solutions (DPS) was founded in 2008, it came into the world at the height of the economic downturn. In fact, between 2008 and 2010, more than 170,000 small businesses in the U.S. closed their doors. DocPoint’s were just  opening, and they’ve stayed wide open ever since. 2013 has been another remarkable year for… Read more »

Building Workflows with Nintex Workflow for Project Server

Nintex Workflow for SharePoint is one of the most recognized workflow products for Microsoft SharePoint on the market today. However, did you know that Nintex also has a very powerful workflow product for Project Server? Although it is possible to use Visual Studio and SharePoint Designer 2013 for workflow development, Project Server’s built-in workflow capabilities… Read more »

Federal Contract Awarded by Federal Agencies in Virginia to DocPoint Solutions

Published October 3 2013, TMCnet (online) “Federal Contracts Awarded by Federal Agencies in Virginia (Oct. 3).” “$238,670 Federal Contract Awarded to DocPoint Solutions WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 — DocPoint Solutions LLC, Fulton, Md., won a $238,669.99 federal contract from the U.S. Department of State’s Office of Logistics Management, Arlington, Va., for AvePoint software support renewal.” DocPoint… Read more »

Hiding the Nintex Workflow Features from the Feature list

We recently had a customer who had installed Nintex Workflows 2010 on a shared environment with multiple site collections, each dedicated to different customers. The issue that he found was that once Nintex was installed, it was apparent to all site collections and each of the site collection administrators was able to activate it as a feature…. Read more »

SharePoint 2013 Social Features – Where does Yammer fit in?

Last year, Microsoft made a surprising (to some) move and acquired Yammer. The acquisition created a quandary for many in light of many recent improvements to SharePoint’s social tools. The question became: When do I use SharePoint 2013’s social collaboration tools and when do I use Yammer? The rationale behind the Yammer purchase provides some clues toward resolving… Read more »

SharePoint–Based E-Form Solutions Are Changing Our Approach to Application Development

Four years ago, as an IT service manager working for a large healthcare organization, internal requests to convert a manual, paper-driven process to an electronic solution were common. The work effort typically followed the standard software development life cycle (SDLC): Project planning Requirements Systems design Implementation/development Integration and testing, acceptance and deployment Maintenance Since the… Read more »