Jun 9, 2017 | by Christopher Hablitzel | 0 Comments

As you most likely know, a growing number of companies are using software to improve internal communication, project collaboration and onboarding. This software is generally replacing an old and dated intranet system that suffers from issues like:

  • Overly complex structure (too many groups, unsorted posts, etc.)
  • Little activity
  • Difficult to use
  • Sub-par functionality

For this very reason many companies today are moving away from such static systems. They are looking to replace the huge stores of data that older intranet systems oftentimes resemble with solutions that are heavily focused on the employees.

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