Mining company Goldcorp has used the opportunity of upgrading to SharePoint 2013 to deliver a much improved intranet experience across all its locations. Consolidating 13 local intranets into one, the new platform delivers personalised news and content to make it relevant for users. The new intranet includes a ‘hub’ area where Nintex-powered notifications and links to sites are included.
Other key features include improved navigation and search, mobile optimisation, commenting on news and a new devolved permissions management model. The intranet rollout has been accompanied by extensive change management efforts.
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The Goldcorp intranet homepage prominently displays a dashboard of organisational KPIs. Screenshot appears courtesy of Goldcorp.
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