Organisations want to allow users to create sites in Office 365, but the standard sites templates are not sufficient. An administrator can spend hours configuring each site after it is created, which is not a model sustainable to most businesses. A site request mechanism is required to capture organisational data, but building something is expensive.
Service Definitions are the “Secret Sauce” of ProvisonPoint, which makes us stand out from any other solution. They are used to define how new sites are created, as well as how they are managed after the site is created. Inside a Service Definition an administrator can define the type of site to be created, any lists, libraries, web parts and security. They can define who can request the site and also what information is required from the user at the point of request.