Insight Technologies, LLC is a #SharePoint & #Office 365 consulting company in the Houston, TX area. With over a decade of experience working with small, medium, and large enterprise class companies including multiple Fortune 10, 100, & 500s. With a strong focus in the Oil / Gas / Energy / Chemical sector, we have also worked across almost every industry imaginable including: Education, Aerospace, Logistics, Healthcare, Insurance, Entertainment, Hollywood Post Production, Manufacturing, Property Management, Real Estate, Alcohol and Beverage, Welding, and more. Our slogan is "Business Requirements Met Through Expert Insight" and we strive toRead More
Planning, Design, Architecture, Development, Administration, Support, and Sales of SharePoint, Office 365, & Microsoft related technologies
Experience with small, medium, & large farm implementations in versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 & Office 365 ranging from 10 to over 80,000 users
Over a decade of experience in the creation of governance, strategy, road maps, security, architecture, and documentation around almost every facet of SharePoint
Complete branding & search engine optimization services including masterpages, page layouts, and corporate identity for SharePoint, Office 365, WIX, WordPress, Drupal, etc.
42Number of Clients
12Years of SharePoint Experience
300000Users effected by our code
We have been doing nothing but SharePoint since 2005
That is over a decade of experience working with small, medium, and large enterprise class companies including multiple Fortune 10, 100, & 500s. With a strong focus in the Oil / Gas / Energy / Chemical sector, we have worked in almost every other industry including: Education, Aerospace, Logistics, Healthcare, Insurance, Entertainment, Hollywood Production, Manufacturing, Property Management, Real Estate, Alcohol and Beverage, Welding, and more.
SharePoint 2003 / Standard / Enterprise / WSS 2.0
We started working on the 2003 version of the product in 2004 shortly after its release and have been doing nothing but SharePoint since. We bent, coded, and hacked this version until it met our customers needs. At many companies we spent countless hours to do the simplest of tasks.
SharePoint 2007 / MOSS Enterprise/ Standard / WSS 3.0
We architected, deployed, developed for, and administered the 2007 version of the product starting as early as 2006 during beta for multiple higher education, higher education, oil and gas, and logistics clients. We were able to deliver our first public internet sites and extranets .
SharePoint 2010 Enterprise / Standard / Foundation
Once again we led the pack in deploying the 2010 version as early as public beta. We also upgraded multiple platforms from 2003 and 2007 to 2010 and spent a long time on this version. We had the honor of deploying code to multiple platforms totaling over 100,000 users in this version.
SharePoint 2013 Enterprise / Standard / Foundation
With the advent of SharePoint Online and SharePoint 2013 we began offering business intelligence, analytics, cloud, and integration services as part of our offerings. Our developers and architects know the 2013 product like the back of our hands.
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I can honestly say, I had a great time at #Houston SharePoint TechFest yesterday. Not only was able I able to catch up with almost 10 former co-workers/clients, I also ran into some old friends, familiar faces in the exhibitor’s hall, and was able to catch up with some fellow speakers in the speaker’s lounge […]