UK financial services company LV= has created a new digital workplace centred on a personalised social intranet. Features include collaborative groups, subscription- based news feeds, a social Q&A function, digital signage, an ideation platform, an activity stream and a suite of additional apps.
The entire environment has been custom built in-house using Drupal, an open source CMS and platform. This has resulted in huge cost savings and process efficiencies, with an ability to deploy new tools in a very agile way. The platforms have very high adoption and are fostering a spirit of collaboration and innovation.
This 12-page case study is packed with real-world screenshots and insights that will inspire your leadership team, and help you deliver a successful project.
LV=’s social intranet and its related apps have been built in-house using open source technology. Screenshot appears courtesy of LV=.
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