Corporate Intranet Development
If you've been put in charge of getting your company's intranet up and running, you've come to the right place. We can help you whether you're starting from scratch or have an existing intranet you need to redesign.
Here's how we can help:
Planning: Do you already know what data you want to share on your Intranet? We can help you consider additional resources that may prove helpful to employees. We'll also help you gather the data from the various departments within your company.
Design: We can also help organize that data so that employees can access information quickly. We'll work closely with you to create a design that is professional, stylish and easy to navigate.
Implementation: Building the site will take a lot of hard work – on our part. We'll need your input you and insider's knowledge of the company, but we'll keep the process simple and fun. To learn more about the web design process, click here.
Launch: We'll test the Intranet thoroughly before you announce the launch of the Intranet to your company. This is the rewarding part. Sit back and wait for the compliments.
Training: Most clients want a content management system installed on their server. This allows representatives of the various departments of your company to edit the respective sections of their site. Our system is ultra-simple. No knowledge of HTML is necessary. We'll come to your place of business and teach your co-workers how to use the system.
Choosing content for your Intranet
Every company's Intranet is different, but here are some of the more common elements found on Intranets:
• Staff Directory
• Employee Handbook
• Event Calendar
• New Hire Orientation
• Press Releases
• Emergency Phone Numbers
• Snow Day Announcements
• Expense Reports and Forms
• Equipment Repair Requests
• Software Help Manuals
• Insurance Information
• Collateral Materials
Your information will be secure.
Most of the information on your company's Intranet will be highly sensitive. We'll work with your network administrator to ensure that only your employees will have access to the site. Usually, a company will provide each employee with a unique username and password to access an Intranet. We also sign a contract that guarantees we will not share proprietary information with anyone outside of our company.
To learn more about how fusionZONE can help, contact us!