Nielsen Norman Best Intranet 2019 award winner Flight Centre has been offering advice and making travel arrangements for customers since 1982. 36 years on, they are one of the world’s largest and most successful independent travel retailers. More than a communications portal, collaboration space or knowledge sharing platform, PILOT, the aptly named intranet, has been configured to support specific business processes. Get an exclusive insight into their award-winning intranet, and discover how they powered productivity for 19,000 employees with an intranet built on Unily's Digital Experience Cloud.
Discover how Flight Centre powered productivity for 19,000 employees with a Unily intranet.
Unily has worked with customers from all verticals to develop unique digital experiences that transform communication, collaboration, engagement and productivity. Every project we take on is another opportunity to demonstrate both the power and agility of our platform.
In 2014, Pitney Bowes began to re-imagine its business and a big part of that was a complete re-brand. To keep employees informed during this period of transition, it needed a new intranet to engage employees – fast.
Access to the right knowledge is critical for Penspen employees, who provide customized engineering and project management services to the energy industry. With an intranet based on SharePoint 2010 unable to keep up with their requirements, they chose a Unily intranet for more flexibility, supporting a central platform for knowledge management.
As a global design firm, Stantec required a platform that would unite employees and become a cultural lynchpin. The Canada-based enterprise envisioned an internal newsroom where employees would interact with company news and contribute to a collaborative culture. Unily brought this vision to life and kicked-off a digital workplace journey.