At Intranetizen, we believe great intranets make organisations better. They improve collaboration, boost engagement, reduce costs, and improve efficiency. Nowhere is that need to do more with less and become more efficient more pressing than in the voluntary sector – yet charities often lack the resources to deliver the intranets they need.
This week we’re calling on intranet pros to volunteer their time, skills and expertise to help make charity intranets better.
Our friends over at Interact Intranet this week announced the winners of their charity intranet competition. Maggie’s, which runs 15 centres offering help to people with cancer and their families, has ambitious plans for the coming years. In their winning submission, they explained how an intranet will help them achieve those. They’ve won Interact software licences, plus project management and consultancy to help them make their intranet plans a reality.