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Microsoft Partner Sope launches innovative extension for SharePoint, streamlining modern workplace development

Sope Web Technologies 2 mins read
Sprocket 365, the rocket fuel for SharePoint.

Melbourne, Australia - Microsoft Cloud Partners, Sope Web Technologies, proudly announces the official launch of Sprocket 365 for SharePoint Online. This innovative product provides businesses with the essential tools to swiftly and efficiently create modern digital workplaces on Microsoft 365. 

Sprocket 365 enhances SharePoint Online, offering businesses a simplified way to customise their digital workplaces. It overcomes SharePoint Online's existing feature limitations, offering immediate, cost-effective customisation without long development times. This unique software-as-a-service extension provides ongoing updates, making SharePoint Online a more effective modern workplace solution.  
 
Trent Allday, CEO of Sope, states, "This extension is a game-changer for users of Microsoft SharePoint Online, offering an unprecedented level of customisation and efficiency. Our purpose with Sprocket 365 is to empower businesses to create modern digital workplaces that are not only efficient but also highly tailored to their unique needs.”  
 

Key Features of Sprocket 365: 

  • 30+ SPFx Web Parts: Suite of custom-built SharePoint Framework (SPFx) Web Parts, designed to enhance the functionality of SharePoint, offering new design possibilities for modern workplaces.

  • Org Chart & Employee Directory: Interactive staff directory and organisational charts, integrated with Microsoft Teams, providing real-time data from Active Directory.

  • Knowledge Hub: Out-of-the-box knowledge management tools including wiki-style page navigation, compliance read lists, information protection and other tools to share and safeguard knowledge assets effectively. 

  • Branding and Theme Customisation: Transform the SharePoint interface, applying custom branding, themes, and styles using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) or JavaScript (JS) overrides. 

 
Sprocket 365 is now available for a free trial to all Microsoft users. Download it from the Microsoft AppSource store.
 
Trent Allday adds, "We believe that Sprocket 365 represents a significant step forward in the way businesses leverage SharePoint, allowing them to maximise their investment in Microsoft 365 with greater ease and flexibility. This launch reinforces our dedication to delivering innovative solutions that foster business growth and productivity." 


About us:

About Sprocket 365:

 
Sprocket 365 is a SharePoint Framework (SPFx) solution, providing IT professionals and Microsoft Power User with the tools to enhance SharePoint Online. It offers a suite of Web Parts and customisable features and ready-made tools, streamlining the development of modern digital workplaces.
 
Sprocket 365, developed by Melbourne-based Microsoft Partner Sope, bundles the most sought-after SharePoint enhancements into one product. Recognising the recurring needs across client projects, Sope built Sprocket 365 to offer a comprehensive suite of tools and features for SharePoint Online. This approach simplifies customisation and extends functionality beyond standard offerings, providing significant value at a fraction of the cost of bespoke development.
 
Learn more about Sprocket 365

Contact details:

 
Media Contact 
 
Trent Allday 
CEO of Sope Web Technologies / Sprocket 365 Product Owner  
trent.allday@sope.com.au 
1300 777 653

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