Wiggle chooses Unily intranet for their winning team
Online retailer Wiggle have chosen the Unily Intranet as a Service as their new Intranet platform.
Founded in 1999 Wiggle, based in Portsmouth, have grown to be one of the biggest online sports retailers in Europe. Wiggle are co-title sponsors for the Wiggle-Honda UCI professional women’s cycling team, that include multiple Olympic and World medal winners in their ranks – showing that they understand the importance of team work.
With Wiggle’s growth across sectors, countries and internally with its team now exceeding 440 employees, management identified the need for a powerful and flexible Intranet to support their business. After reviewing all of the options available to them, Wiggle’s business leaders chose Unily. Built on the power of the Microsoft cloud, accessible across any device, and with full enterprise social integration, this innovative technology is set to revolutionize the way they work.
And the delivery timeline for this feature complete and highly customized Intranet? Five weeks. Just one of the many great reasons to choose Unily for your organization.
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