Power tool manufacturer STIHL’s small subsidiary in Australia has created its first- ever intranet, called The Shed. At its centre is a new product catalogue which helps support customer queries and drive efficiencies. Other features include distinctive branding, social features, a blog from the CEO, online forms and the creation of a single point of truth for key documents.
The Shed has succeeded in driving efficiencies and is now being considered for adoption by the parent company.
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