Creating an engaging intranet user experience
In an industry where customer experience, communication and staying modern is do or die, is the retail industry missing a trick by delivering sub-standard digital experiences when it comes to their employees?
In order to truly empower a workforce, it’s essential for enterprise IT to consumerize the internal experience for employees, including features such as social integration, mobile, personalisation and targeting to their intranet solutions, to create new efficiency and innovation. These experiences are second nature outside of work, so why are the enterprise lagging behind?
Intranet enterprise social discussion points will include:
- Closing the user experience gap between customer and employee
- Our customer stories – Consumerized intranet examples from our clients
- How enterprise IT can drive these experiences with SharePoint & Office 365
- Where to start to consumerize your solutions
With a myriad of digital tools to consider, how do you bring them all together to create a seamless experience for employees that will ultimately drive productivity and innovation?
Samuel, Son & Co. Limited looks to bolster internal communications as they continue to operate an integrated network of metal manufacturing, processing and distribution divisions. Unily, who create the next generation of intranet, will help transform the way the business communicates and works.
Unily’s Digital Experience Cloud has been designed from the ground up to enable businesses to engage their people and be more productive using cutting-edge technology. With a brand new best-in-class form building capability, Unily’s DXC can now deliver an even more engaging and even more transactional set of digital experiences for all your users.
Slater & Gordon set a vision of continuing to provide world-class consumer legal services with a next-generation digital workplace by Unily.
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User experience is like breathing or grammar or film editing. You don’t notice it unless it’s bad. By the time not-so-great UX blips the radar, the effects of bad design are in full swing and discouraging your employees from engaging with your platform and, henceforth, your internal comms. So what is good digital workplace UX and how can we achieve it? In this blog we explore the impact of UX on internal communications. Plus 3 tips from our expert consultants on how to create a flawless user experience that drives adoption.
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