Whether you call it an "intranet" or a "portal," these sites play an important role in increasing productivity and collaboration—helping your employees, customers, sales force, or other closed group of constituents share ideas, processes, procedures and documents — whether they're spread out across town or around the world, and whether you’ve got 1,000 of them, 100,000 or more.
How we do it
Organizations of all sizes are full of people searching for information, and a well-designed intranet gives them an easier, more reliable way to do it. It gives your audience instant access to the tools and information they need. And it lets them to keep that information relevant, reliable, up-to-date—and conveniently organized and easily searchable. Unfortunately, we find that these important destinations don't get the attention they deserve and organizations often de-prioritize them year after year. How do you overcome that? Let us share some case studies and help you build a business case that clearly outlines the importance of a right-sized portal investment.
One of the reasons our business cases tend to win the day is that a well-constructed and designed portal can increase productivity and decrease administrative/maintenance costs significantly. How? By taking the time upfront to define the and ensure that we're all clear on elements that your IT folks will appreciate and foster confidence that business owners can do much of the heavy lifting themselves--like role-based access, user authentication, tiered access-models.
We've created intranets of all shapes and sizes, on all sorts of platforms—SharePoint, Sitecore, Salesforce Customer Portal/Community Cloud, Azure Portal, OpenText, Confluence, and so on—for all types of clients, from Hubbell and Chemtura to Boehringer Ingelheim and Blue Cross & Blue Shield.