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Why Would A Company Have An Intranet?

Summary:  Most of our customers have switched to us because they are fed up with their previous intranet solutions being too expensive, too difficult to use, and too time-consuming. However, for the few that take the leap to get an intranet without a previous solution, why did they make the switch? In this blog post, we will answer the big question: why would a company have an intranet? We've spoken to a few of our clients who've had no previous intranet to gain some insight into why would a company have an intranet. Before we begin, we should explain what

Why Would A Company Use An Intranet?

Summary: Why would a company use an intranet? The way we do business has changed drastically in the last few years. Organizations are operating in multiple locations across the country, collaborating on larger projects with larger groups, abiding by strict compliance and regulations laws, and are constantly inundated with information. An intranet provides the tools that set up your company for success. Our customers come from three different backgrounds: switching from an in-house solution, a SharePoint alternative, or had no previous intranet. We've compiled intranet examples from companies with no previous intranet to answer why would a company use an

Relieve Credit Union Pain Points With an Intranet Solution

Summary: Intranet Connections has helped over 100 Credit Unions by providing a private cloud or on-premise company intranet. We aren't going to overwhelm you by listing the 100+ features and functionalities we offer. Instead, we've identified the 3 main pain points that our credit union customers have experienced prior to getting their intranet: Cyber Security, Compliance, and Company Expansion. In an industry that’s highly regulated, there’s bound to be a few pain points when it comes to daily operations. And while we can’t eliminate your compliance burden, or eradicate of human error, we can certainly help you develop measures to