ProvisionPoint comes packed with features to enable seamless Provisioning, Lifecycle and Governance management across your Office 365 experience. From the fluid and intuitive user interface through to the powerful engine behind the scenes, ProvisionPoint is built from the ground up to empower your use of Office 365.
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The cloud gives ProvisionPoint both flexibility and agility. Our engineering team are making improvements and enhancements to the product almost constantly with minor updates happening every few days and major releases bi-monthly. Cloud DevOps gives us the ability to update and improve ProvisionPoint without you needing to make changes within your tenant. The future is here, now.
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PnP Provisioning Templates
ProvisionPoint fully supports the OfficeDev PnP Provisioning Templates for configuring SharePoint Sites.
Use ProvisionPoint to create and maintain a Global Site Directory. Browse and navigate your site structure with ease and find key information quickly.
Service Definitions are how you specify the type of Office 365 object to create and how they are configured. Specify a Site Collection, Sub Site, Office 365 Group or Microsoft Team and configure the components including lists, pages, branding, security and more.
Change Site Details
Easily update the Title and Description of an Office 365 object, without having to use complex settings menus. All changes are reflected in the Global Site Directory.
An authorised user in ProvisionPoint can change the security on an Office 365 Object without being an administrator.
Every action completed in ProvisionPoint is tracked. See the detail and history of the changes in the Service Timeline.
Configure Approval processes for any provisioning request or action. Route approval to an Active Directory User or Group.
Use the dashboard to visualise key statistics on provisioning requests for a given time frame.
Incorporate modern site classification into your service definitions and control how the classifications are applied in site requests.