Tottenham Hotspur is a globally recognized Football Club in the English Premier League, with a huge following and media presence. The club felt that its internal messaging wasn’t matching up to its public presence, with its own employees having to consult external news sources to stay up to date. Spurs uses Unily to centralize the organization, making all employees from Chairman Daniel Levy to the Scouts in South America feel a single sense of identity and at one with the club through the use of communication, collaboration and social. Download the complete case study to learn how Spurs transformed their digital channels in just 6 weeks.
Learn how Spurs uses Unily to centralize the organization, making all employees feel a single sense of identity through the use of communication, collaboration and social.
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With a diverse mix of support staff, security guards, groundsmen and coaches split across three sites, the club needed a simple way to modernize the flow of information to every employee, while improving processes and streamlining tools. A ready-to-go intranet platform was the answer in the shape of Unily, the first of its kind for Saints.
Hexion are pioneers of a higher chemistry. A chemistry designed to address the most pressing issues of our time. Hexion's new intranet sought to draw higher productivity and engagement from their 4,000 head office and frontline associates spread throughout the world.
To usher in the next generation of ingenuity, Crayola sought a digital workplace that would drive collaboration and unlock every game-changing idea from head office to factory floor.