SharePoint Integration, Project Server Integration, .NET Application Development

Updated: June 23, 2011

Innovation, Dedication to Client Satisfaction along with the passion to deliver exceptional SharePoint services and solutions has positioned EPC Group as a leading Microsoft Gold SharePoint Integrator. With over 13 years of experience EPC Group delivers proven solutions maximizing SharePoint success for organizations across the globe. Having executed more than 600 SharePoint projects, engaging with EPC Group means that our time tested experience and tested methodologies focus on return on investment by leveraging the power of SharePoint to solve critical business needs and foster organizational success and growth. Allow our custom engagement, project management, project closing methodologies and patented SharePoint Center of Excellence (COE) methodologies to aid you in achieving SharePoint success.

EPC Group has been rated a top SharePoint Integrator by Gartner analysts in 2008, 2009 and 2010 for client satisfaction and number of successful SharePoint Implementations. Headquartered in Houston Texas, EPC Group was voted the second fastest growing company in Houston offering additional offices in Chicago, NYC, Falls Church, Dayton, Montgomery, and Austin with revenues over 25 million. Currently employing over 110 employees, EPC Group employs the highest caliber resources employed full time delivering the knowledge and thought leadership needed for successful engagements and partnerships. All EPC Group resources carry Microsoft Gold competencies in Portals & Collaboration, Content Management, Projects & Portfolio Management and .net Web Application development. All resources are hired with a minimum of 5 years of experience with SharePoint providing hourly rates of $190-220.00 giving you the confidence and long term partnership needed to maintain SharePoint for years to come.

EPC Group prides themselves on prevailing hands on experience with SharePoint upon the introduction of the first version "Tahoe," in 2000 having since participated in all TAP beta testing on the software and providing feedback on service packs. EPC Group has published two books on SharePoint by Microsoft Press " Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Inside Out.," and "SharePoint Foundation 2010 Inside Out." Currently EPC Group proudly provides services for organizations such as the NAVY, Army, Continental Airlines, Pepsico, Chevron & The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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