Award-winning case study: Repsol


This 14-page case study shares the how a global organisation has used its intranet to reach all staff, regardless of location.

Key highlights from the case study:

  • The use of personalisation to deliver relevant content and news to a global organisation.
  • Going beyond the basics, personalisation includes an elegant ‘My Desktop’ feature.
  • Integration of social and collaboration features into the heart of the intranet.
  • Clean, modern intranet design in a corporate setting.
  • Global navigation throughout the site, incorporating a range of useful features.
  • The intranet has designed to be accessible, meeting modern web standards.
  • Support for multilingual content throughout the site.
  • Strong adoption around the globe, despite the complexities of large organisations.


Repsol has created a new global intranet called repsolnet for 17,000 connected employees. The intranet delivers a clean design, personalisation, a customisable My Desktop area and extensive social features. Many of the key work tools are available from the blue navigation header, including email and task-related notifications. The intranet has already seen very encouraging levels of adoption of social features and an increased number of visitors.

This 14-page case study is packed with real-world screenshots and insights that will inspire your leadership team, and help you deliver a successful project.


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