4 things you're forgetting when launching your intranet

We work with customers who are launching global intranets on a day to day basis, making sure crucial elements to a successful launch are covered. What might you be forgetting?

Often, the main focus of project teams is to get the technical infrastructure in place or to get stakeholder buy in. However, many other elements are equally crucial to leading to a successful intranet both at launch and post go-live.

This check list aims to give you an insight into the tasks often not accounted for when planning an intranet project and to help you prepare your teams if you are about to embark on one.

1. Content planning - existing content

This cannot be underestimated in its importance. An intranet is only as good as its content and it is vital that you begin this process as early as possible....

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In Hannah’s role as consultant, she gets involved at the very beginning of a project, running workshops to understand the client’s needs and wants. Her British Computer Society training certainly helps with this vital requirements gathering stage, but her work doesn’t end there. As well as putting together wireframes for new solutions, on Unily projects Hannah also becomes a Customer Success Manager. This vital role involves working with clients to prepare them for product deployment, and ensuring a successful launch and continued engagement. Hannah enjoys the challenge of understanding how business work and working out how her solutions can improve it.

Outside work, Hannah is sporty and outdoorsy listing rowing, skiing and camping as some of her favourite activities.

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