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A Day in the Life of an Intranet (Part 3 of 5)

10:37am Brent Myers is a Member Services Rep and part of the Communications team at West Coast Savings Credit Union. Brent is often involved in content development for The Buzz intranet and is currently in a project update meeting that is coming to a close. “Great, well if no one has anything else to add, let’s wrap this meeting up”, says Kelly Bristow, the Intranet Manager. “Brent will put his notes up on The Buzz for reference.” Brent flashes Kelly a smile as he gathers up his notepad and pen. Back at his desk, Brent brings up The Buzz Intranet

Anderson Hospital Cuts Costs with Enterprise Intranet

“Knowing what your employees use the intranet for can be very useful in promoting important news.” Mike Ward from Anderson Hospital Mike Ward is intelligent and easy going, with a quick wit and a subtle sense of humor. A minute into the conversation he breaks out a small joke: until recently, they were a small hospital in the middle of a cornfield. Mike is the IS Directory at Anderson Hospital. With 140 beds and 1000 employees, they are a community-based hospital located just outside of St. Louis, on the Illinois side of the river. We asked Mike what goals were

USA Federal Credit Union: Connecting with Employees

In early 2006, USA Federal Credit Union, decided to implement Intranet Connections Intranet Software as an out-of-the-box intranet solution.  By implementing Intranet Connections, USA Fed has been able to organize important documents and policies so that employees can locate information quickly, share company news, alert employees to fraud warnings, and offer internal training. The primary aim of the intranet project was to help USA Fed increase employee knowledge of the credit union’s overall strategy.  Alix Patterson, from Callaghan & Associates sat down with Jim Ward from USA Fed to discuss how the intranet has allowed them to reach this goal