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Simplify Access and Improve Knowledge Sharing with a SharePoint Intranet

Updated: Jun 12, 2023

A solar company was struggling with limited communication and document sharing. By building a custom intranet, they improved internal communication and collaboration.


This solar manufacturer was struggling with internal communication gaps. Documents were scattered in various places and employees were unsure of how to access them. Company leaders didn’t have a way of posting updates, policy changes, or benefits information to employees. Additionally, employees experienced a lack of unity and collaboration with fellow coworkers. The company ultimately needed a single, accessible place to find company information and get answers to their questions.

Custom SharePoint Intranet Provides a One-Stop-Shop for Company Information

Implementing a custom SharePoint Intranet provided the company with intuitive document-sharing capabilities as well as improved internal communication and collaboration. The site’s home page features quick links and easy navigation to documents and resources needed by all employees as well as an FAQ section with answers to employees’ top questions. Employees can also pose questions and receive answers from leadership in this section. By highlighting popular topics, the manufacturer has been able to simplify the onboarding process.

The new intranet site also includes a timeline of company dates that can be customized as well as a detailed team directory. This directory has search capabilities that can be filtered based on skills, department, location, etc. Now, employees can easily view team members, titles, and important dates in one, accessible location. With these features, employees can learn more about the company they're part of, and their fellow team members which has improved collaboration and teamwork.

If you’re looking to improve collaboration and communication in your organization, schedule a SharePoint demo with a JourneyTEAM representative today.


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