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.
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.
The new intranet will create a single source for Best Buy Canada’s 12k+ employees – including corporate, frontline store staff, and distribution center workers – to get information and up-to-date company news, and will act as a digital hub for social collaboration.
Lexmark selected Unily to unite its global workforce of approximately 9,000 employees. Through improved internal communications features and mobile support, employees will now have a more seamless and engaging experience, with access to company-wide content, social sharing tools and corporate information.
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.