With more companies using SharePoint without vast IT knowledge, it is becoming increasingly important for applications to make SharePoint customizable without knowing code.
This is what Quest Software says it has accomplished with its latest version of Quest Web Parts for SharePoint which the company says allows users to personalize sites, applications and other features through configuration rather than coding.
It”s something that David Waugh, vice president and general manager of unified communications and collaboration at Quest Software, says will make things simpler for businesses.
"Customizing SharePoint often requires complex coding for seemingly simple tasks," he said. "Quest Web Parts for SharePoint removes the core challenges of code creation so that both developers and non-developers are more efficient and SharePoint sites are more powerful."
Quest Software says the new tools will also save companies time and money by easing their ability to customize the SharePoint experience.
The company says pricing for the feature starts at $3,495 for front end users and a trail version can be downloaded from the company”s website.