One of the challenges many businesses face is finding a long term intranet solution. On the surface many intranet products look very similar, which can make finding an intranet solution that meets your business needs quite difficult. New customers are generally looking for an intranet software with a central communication platform, document management/repository and online e-forms.
A common question we get from new intranet managers and prospective intranet purchasers is… “How can I drive adoption on my intranet?” While there are many different methods for engaging employees on your intranet, content is key. If you aren’t publishing content that your employees and intranet users are interested in, they will not spend the time interacting with all the useful tools you have worked so hard to deploy on your intranet. Now you may be wondering, what does engaging content look like? How can I measure the level of engagement my intranet content is receiving? And, what is
I have one goal today: To share my 3-week experience working as part of an intranet software sales team and offer advice that will help you streamline your intranet software selection process. This will be especially useful for those individuals in a technical positions entering the intranet software buying cycle. Recently, I was offered a temporary position in our sales department to help cover a fellow team member so he could soak rays and surf the wave-ridden coast of Australia (not that I was jealous). The thought of stepping foot in to a completely unknown domain was very exciting to
Hello! This will be my first blog post since starting here at Intranet Connections as the Software Architect just three weeks ago. Over the long weekend, I listened to a fantastic TED talk that I thought would be valuable to share on the agile methodology and agile planning.
At Intranet Connections, we feel that connecting and empowering your employees through a social intranet leads to having a more engaged and productive team. With a social intranet you can reach out to your coworkers to share business tools, ask questions and learn from one another. Our new Employee Directory introduces social profiles that embrace collaboration and social tools which allows employees to better communicate, connect and learn from each other. Take a look inside Intranet Connections new Social Directory: Rich Social Profiles Rich social profiles make finding contact information and connecting with colleagues simple. Employees can connect and engage
Check out this week’s intranet articles about intranet trends and digital workplace principles: >> Why is intranet so hard? Six reasons why your intranet needs to be a critical business tool >> Discover which intranet trends are important for your organization: Five Intranet Trends for 2011 >> To have a successful digital workplace, organizations must have the right strategy, culture, environment and infrastructure to exploit the benefits fully. Follow these ‘must have’ principles and you will have a great digital workplace Want to learn more about Intranet Connections v11? Please register for an upcoming intranet webinar.