An intranet is a business’s own private website. It is a confidential business network that uses the same underlying structure and network protocols as the internet and is protected from unauthorized users by a firewall.
Intranets enhance existing communication between employees and provide a common knowledge base and storage area for everyone in your business. They also provide users with easy access to company data, systems and email from their desktops
Below are the advantages of having an intranet system within your organization
Intranets are Rich in Content
When you think of content, plain text pages come to mind, but with intranets you can upload documents of various formats (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, and more), video, audio, training material, available jobs, and message boards.
Intranets Save Time
Your time is valuable. Once time is lost, you can’t recover it, which is why an intranet is the most valuable communication and technology investment you can make for your business. For example, you could save 40K a year if your staff of 50 saved 10 minutes a day looking for information outside of your intranet. Once you find this information, you can quickly distribute it to other employees.
Intranets Strengthen Collaboration and Productivity
When you use your intranet to its full potential, your employees can collaborate on projects proficiently, thus producing results faster and with less stress. Bottom line is that employees are able to finish tasks resourcefully.
Intranets Reduce Costs
The ability to distribute information is extremely low. And you’ve already seen the savings from a mere 10 minutes per employee per day will save, but what about printing costs? Intranets reduce the need for printers, toner, and paper, potentially saving money
Below is a list of clients we have worked on their intranet applications: