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Approximately 1/5th of the work week is spent searching for and finding information (Source: McKinsey). We’ll help you do the math — that works out to 8 hours a week per employee!www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/intranet-case-study-financial-services/
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Retail can be one of the harshest environments for internal communications and employee engagement. Retailers must create a consistent brand experience from store-to-store, even with numerous locations, constantly changing promotions, diverse schedules, and limited in-store computer access.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/retail-intranet-mec-case/
Over the past two weeks we profiled the winners in the Best Looking and Most Innovative category of our annual ThoughtFarmer Best Intranet competition.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/best-intranet-collaboration/
Would you like a new, innovative, and easy-to-use intranet at your company? Get in touch to see how ThoughtFarmer can help you.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/most-innovative-intranets/
In April, we ran our annual ThoughtFarmer Best Intranet competition. Our clients entered their intranets in 3 categories: Best Looking, Most Innovative, and Best Collaboration.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/best-intranet-best-looking-2013/
Here at ThoughtFarmer, we take the “eat your own dog food” approach to software development (how this icky-sounding metaphor became an industry standard, I’m not sure.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/intranet-example-tour-of-thoughtfarmers-own-intranet/
Want to generate excitement for your intranet launch? How about a murder-mystery movie trailer that asks, “Who killed the wiki?”
That’s what our client LPK, an international design agency, did — they released this fun video to generate anticipation for the launch of their new ThoughtFarmer social intranet, “Watson”. Watch the video.
View the first of our 60 second video case studies: How an engineering consulting firm created an intranet that people actually use.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/engineering-intranet-case-study/
We’re pleased to publish a new intranet case study on our site today. It details how ThoughtFarmer has connected a global nonprofit: URC-CHS.www.thoughtfarmer.com/blog/nonprofit-intranet-software/