With the P365.Provisioning engine, CTB provides a tool which can be used to automate and standardize collaboration structures and content within Office 365 to stay in control and maintain uniformity over all Office 365 applications.
Control over governance
Our software takes care of the whole lifecycle of objects on the Office 365 collaboration platform by fully automated handling of provisioning requests. This includes the creation, configuration, preparation, sharing and archiving of for instance Microsoft Teams in Office 365. This way P365.Provisioning will help you to get control over the governance and uniformity of Microsoft Teams in your organization. This will help the adoption of Microsoft Teams and Office 365. Besides Microsoft Teams we also support Office 365 Groups and all types of site collections like communication sites and modern team sites.
The P365.Provisioning engine is fully configurable by using settings and templates to make sure that every provisioned instance of a Microsoft Team, Office 365 Group or SharePoint Online Site Collection meets your requirements.
You can also build and configure your own extensions with custom functionality which are automatically added to each provisioned instance like adding custom Teams tabs, placing default folders, files, pages or webparts.
We support several integration options with our P365.Provisioning engine. From direct communication with our services to default connectors with Dynamics 365 or Azure Event Grid. We can also use SharePoint lists as the provisioning trigger and source of data used in the provisioning process.
Our P365 solution is built on top of the P365.Provisioning engine. Within the full P365 suite you can define entities like Projects, Customers, Dossiers or Departments which can for instance result in provisioning a Microsoft Team with channels and tabs together with a site containing folder structures and permissions. You can also declare relations between these entities which can be used to show these connections to the end-users.
Within the next blog posts in this Development Insights series we’ll provide a closer look to the used techniques and possibilities of P365.Provisioning.
Interested in what P365.Provisioning and CTB can mean for your company?