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SharePoint Support Services (s3)



Work Info:

Client: LoJack

Date: 9/7/2012

SharePoint Support

LoJack needs top-of-the-line support for SharePoint-based International Vehicle Tracking Application


Over the past 20 years, the name “LoJack” has become synonymous with tracking devices and the go-to provider for law enforcement agencies nation-wide.  Having this significant reputation requires LoJack to surpass the status quo of advanced and dependable information systems.  When LoJack needed in-depth technical support for their cutting-edge applications, they contacted IncWorx Consulting’s SharePoint Experts.  The partnership between LoJack and IncWorx began when LoJack had only a partially-developed, customized SharePoint application. 


Whereas many consulting firms may not be willing to offer support for applications customized by an outside party, IncWorx stepped in without hesitation.  After LoJack recognized the outstanding support from the IncWorx SharePoint Support Services (s3) team, they assessed the value of other SharePoint consulting services offered by IncWorx.  From that point, LoJack expanded their partnership with IncWorx to consist of a wide array of services including: branding, architecture, design and development.  LoJack has continued to challenge IncWorx’s consultants with various technologies from SharePoint, .NET, SQL, BizTalk to industry-specific vehicle tracking applications and IncWorx has delivered without fail.  Lojack has been an active client of IncWorx since 2010. 

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