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.
Download the complete case study for a deep dive into the platform and exclusive screenshots.
Unily has empowered Spur’s HR team to centralize its communications, pushing out important information around employee schemes and benefits via Sites, documents and announcements, rapidly improving the dissemination of knowledge and improving compliance. With an intuitive Content Management System, users from across the business are empowered to own and manage content and communications, helping to break down information gaps which were present before the new intranet.
Unily is packed full of features beautifully designed to help you engage your global workforce. Available out-of-the-box, you can be live with cutting-edge digital workplace functionality in just weeks.
Keep everyone on your team up to date with fast and efficient internal communications.
Connect with your team quickly with a user-friendly directory search and rich profiles.
Find, collaborate and share documents intuitively with the best of Office 365 and Unily documents.
Communicate and collaborate in real time with built-in social integration right across the platform.
Keep your employees in the loop with alerts, newsletters, and push notifications.
Improve task management and deliver feedback with forms, polls, and surveys.
Discover new ways to collaborate with Tribes and Sites in addition to standard SharePoint sites.
Inform your adoption strategy and gain insight into user behavior with powerful analytics.
Simplify content creation and empower every user with an intuitive content management system.
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 the agility of the product and the reliability of our established success framework.
With its intranet jam-packed with old, disused content and a limited search function, NFU Mutual chose to revamp its intranet from top to bottom to support the complex requirements of its modern digital workplace.
Informa is an international business intelligence, publishing and events company, and a constituent of the FTSE 100. With 7,500 colleagues working in one of five business divisions - Academic Publishing, Business Intelligence, Global Exhibitions, Knowledge & Networking and Global Support – in locations from Sydney to São Paulo, the goal was to create a new digital workspace that would increase collaboration and the use of technology, improve the two-way-flow of communication and bring people together.
Global manufacturing organization dorma+kaba gave their users a united intranet platform that catered to 17,000 multilingual and diverse users. Read their case study to learn more about how Unily allows dorma+kaba to innovate from within using social networking and how they increased internal communications readership by 800%.
We're bringing our exclusive intranet masterclass to Auckland. In this FREE seminar co-hosted with Microsoft, we’ll show you how to maximize employee engagement with an intranet.
Launch activities are an essential part of maximizing returns on an intranet investment. Planning an effective launch gets new sites buzzing from day one, resulting in faster adoption and increased engagement. Whether there’s budget available – or just manpower and internal communications – the key to a successful launch is having a solid plan backed by reams of enthusiasm.
It’s been a month since Microsoft Ignite and while a lot of the things that were announced weren’t earth-shattering, there was much to mull over and consider. It wasn't the new tech that was displayed that was most interesting about the conference: it was the overall direction of Microsoft as a company and what they are telling us about how they plan on meeting their customer’s needs moving forward.
The latest digital workplace news, events, guides and inside scoops from across the globe.