Enterprise Network

A beehive buzzing with information.

A progressive concept that fosters collaboration through flat hierarchies and tools created to capture and retrieve unstructured information.

The Enterprise Network is focused on people, emphasizing the importance of social networking and user interaction. It brings employees closer together, fostering dynamic social user experiences. This is particularly useful when your employees are spread over multiple locations and are not able to see each other every day.

You can incorporate a variety of modules to enhance your social experience, including Blogs, Corporate Twitter, and Instant Messaging.

The Enterprise Network also helps employees work together on projects through easier collaboration. No more mass emails and outdated files that need to be send back and forth; no need to constantly follow up on questions or requests. Every project can be assigned to a designated workgroup with its own official workspace.

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Key benefits
  1. Increase visibility of expert knowledge and expert users.

    You can accelerate, or in many cases enable in the first place, the identification of experts; by using the knowledge platform and communication hub as well as by accessing the centrally located work-related group tools and applications.

  2. Adapt to the new ways people communicate.

    By integrating today's social media platforms, including YouTube, WebEx and Facebook. You can integrate today's culture of communication with the way your organization does business.

  3. Encourage employees to make suggestions.

    Tools for idea management can create a culture where employees feel that contributing their suggestions and expert knowledge can make an impact in the bottom-line.

  4. Make work environments more personal.

    By enabling users to connect based on similar interests and become more familiar with the people they work with. This is particularly useful when people work closely together on projects but are not in the same physical location.

  5. Enable the creation of community.

    Users can share and collaborate by being given the ability to define a destination that is focused by topic, function or task. Users can view the communities other users belong to, and decide to join, if allowed. You can also allow partners, customers and others outside the organization to join your communities.

  6. Collect and leverage knowledge.

    By providing a space where knowledge is extracted, posted and built upon. As a result, your organization becomes more efficient and employees accelerate deliverables through creating best practices and eliminating double efforts.