Fortune 500 Companies Using SharePoint

Author: Luis Kerr

UPS Store

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Northwestern Mutual

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Tampax – Procter & Gamble

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ConocoPhillips

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Chrysler Group

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Ingram Micro

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Monsanto

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Emerson – Process Management

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Home Made Simple (Procter & Gamble)

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Pantene – Procter & Gamble

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Monsanto – Genuity

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Republic Services

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Valero Energy

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Exelon

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ADM

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Kraft Foods

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Anadarko

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Emerson

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HESS

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Bristol-Myers Squibb

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PMI

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Viacom

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Fluor

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Chesapeake Energy Corporation

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Dell Financial Services

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Avnet

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PPG

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Emerson – Industrial Automation

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NuStar Energy

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Emerson – Climate Technologies

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ePlus Panasonic

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Devon Energy Corporation

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Ameren

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Oxy

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INTL

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6 Responses

  1. Fpweb.net says:

    Thanks for sharing. These are some beautiful designs- SharePoint customization/ SharePoint branding at its best.

    Plus, those are some staggering numbers about the adoption of SharePoint Server. If it’s the fastest growing product in Microsoft company history, and it’s already being used by half of all corporations, the market for SharePoint hosting & other services is only going to continue expanding.

  2. I was recently reviewing some stats on Google Trends that totally support the massive growth you are talking about here. It’s pretty amazing what this software can do and all of the different applications this software has. Thank you for this website, I was curious as to how well a website could be designed on Sharepoint.

    Question? Can you customize a Sharepoint site to look like this on the admin pages? I am still new to Sharepoint but the thought of being able to make an internal intranet pages look like this sounds really cool.

  3. kirti says:

    nice job…..!!

  4. Jena says:

    Nice to see this nice SharePoint design and thanks for sharing!

  5. Larry says:

    Does anyone care to defend Sharepoint from a more technical CMS review … for example why does the Chrysler Site, which is essentially 1 home page slider and 2 nav bars with hover states but without any roll out menus, takes 936 lines of html code ?

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