Flexible Approval Processes and Authorisation
One of the challenges of User Self-Service in Office 365 is ensuring the correct objects are created. Some documents created need the correct authorisation, and the same often applies to SharePoint Sites, Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams.
Administrators can use ProvisionPoint 365 to define approval processes for requests for new SharePoint Sites, Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams. ProvisionPoint 365 has the flexibility to meet different authorisations requirements, with the option to define which requests follow an approval process. Further, these approval processes can be simple or multi-step processes.
ProvisionPoint 365 can also support requirements for strict governance of Office 365. Granular approval can be added to changes to SharePoint Sites, Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams. These actions include changing the site owner, adding new Lists
Notifications Keep Everyone Informed
Every approval process in ProvisionPoint 365 can have an associated notification template. This template will define the format of notifications sent to the approval parties and the original requester.
Notifications can be set in ProvisionPoint 365 whether an approval process is used or not. A notification could be set to notify a requester of the successful provisioning of a SharePoint Site, Office 365 Group or Microsoft Team. Alternatively, an administrator may wish to be notified of the outcome of specific provisioning requests.
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