Originally published on BrightStarr.
We are no strangers to award-winning Intranets, having won the Nielsen Norman award for Best Intranet Design for three years running and more recently, winning the IT Europa Best Information Storage Solution Award for 2015. It means we’ve seen these projects from concept to deployment and know a thing or two about what makes a successful Intranet work.
In this seminar, we’ll be helping you shape your Intranet business strategy – creating a long-term, sustainable business case of why Intranets matter.
Session 1 – How do you create an award-winning Intranet?
We’ll be taking you through a number of our award winning SharePoint designs that have been independently recognised by the Nielsen Norman Group and IT Europa, showcasing what makes them so successful and helping you avoid the common pitfalls when planning and designing your next Intranet project.
Session 2 – After launch, how do you keep up momentum and maintain value?
An award winning Intranet is not just about design, without good management it will quickly become useless. This session will explore how to maintain the right balance between creating valuable business-focused content and dealing with a rapidly changing digital landscape, shrinking teams and costs.
Case Study Session -We will be interviewing one of our most prestigious, award-winning enterprise clients, to find out exactly whether their SharePoint Intranet continues to deliver. How have they dealt with its governance? How are they measuring success and value? Has it met their initial expectations?
Session 3 – Microsoft Ignite. What do you need to know?
Covering the biggest insights from Microsoft Ignite Conference 2015 and how these will affect your solutions.
Session 4 – Panel discussion – Can your Intranet help your business grow and innovate?
How can Intranets meet the challenges of an evolving workplace, supporting employees with a myriad of digital tools to work smarter? What ways can Intranets support how you innovate, develop and deliver your products and services, in a more competitive world?