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Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010: Creating and Implementing Real-World Projects by Christian Buckley Jennifer Mason Brian T. Jackett, and Wes Preston

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Gathering Information

During this step of building the project management solution, you are going to look in more detail at the specific requirements of the system. You will start by evaluating each group of users who will use the system to get a good understanding of what they will use the system for. As you meet with users and look at their needs, you will be able to identify the specific requirements that need to be included in the solution.

System Users

Our solution is going to be built based on the requirements of three types of users. Each group will interact with the solution differently, and to ensure that the solution is as effective and usable as possible, it is important to understand the specific needs of each user group.

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