Tottenham Hotspur unites their team with a Unily intranet
Download the case study to learn how globally recognized football club Tottenham Hotspur uses a Unily intranet to support their internal brand and unite their team on and off the pitch.
Tottenham Hotspur is a globally recognized football club in the English Premier League, with a huge following and media presence. The club felt that their internal messaging wasn’t matching up to its public presence, with their own employees having to consult external news sources to stay up to date. Spurs use 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 intranet case study to learn:
- How Spurs transformed their digital channels in just 6 weeks
- Delivered a new intranet on time and in budget
- How Spurs have garnered high adoption since launch
- How the intranet has empowered teams
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