The users of an intranet environment are divided into groups, in which members of the group can communicate with each other. For example, groups can be created for departments, project groups or committees. The roles and rights can be set per group. For example, it can be determined who has access to the group and what rights a user has within a group.
The timeline shows activities within a group in chronological order. This allows a user to quickly see what has happened in a group since his last visit. A user can set filters in their timeline to determine which types of activities are shown and which are not shown. Employees can also post text messages on the timeline to quickly share something with colleagues.
News items can be posted at the main level and within groups. With the help of this functionality, news messages from different levels of the organization can be pushed to the employees relevant for that message.
This module allows users to share documents with each other. Users can create folders and upload files and then share them with colleagues. That way, colleagues always have access to the most recent version of a document. Older versions of documents can optionally remain saved.
Users can share personal information with colleagues, such as e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, hobbies, social media, etc. For each field it can be managed who is allowed to see this information (no one, same group, all users). For example, a user can set that everyone can see his date of birth, but that the year of birth is not visible to anyone. Users can also post blog posts on their personal page. In the user directory users can quickly search for colleagues.
The intranet offers an extensive search function as standard, with which users can search for colleagues, documents and news articles. The search function takes into account the authorisation level of a user, so that only results that are applicable to that user are displayed. The search function also searches the content of PDF and Word documents, for example, so that a user can quickly find a document. In addition, the search function uses “fuzzy matching”, so that small deviations in the search term and the search result are automatically corrected. For example, the search term “melitus” also returns a result with “Mellitus”.
Users can comment on timeline posts, news, documents and pages. This makes the intranet an interactive platform.
(Landing) pages can be created in the intranet, on which information in the form of text and media can be placed. The page menu can be structured hierarchically. Attachments can also be added to each page.
The editors can easily compile and place forms themselves from an integrated form generator. The completed forms are stored in the system and can also be e-mailed.
Users can create chat groups in which they can chat with each other. A chat group opens in a new window and can therefore remain open when the user leaves the page.
The intranet is designed in such a way that it works well on desktop computers as well as mobile and tablet devices. Depending on the size of the screen, the block layout of pages is optimally arranged. Videos and images are also automatically converted to different formats, so that the user can see the format that is best viewed on his device.
The intranet can be connected with all kinds of other applications. In combination with IDM / SSO, it can even be ensured that a user is directly logged in to an external application.
The frontend is not tied to a fixed template, which gives us a great deal of flexibility. We can therefore format the Open Intranet in your existing design.
Including hosting and updates
The intranet is hosted by us in the cloud. We ensure that the intranet is always available and that the software is up-to-date.
Mobile version / App
The intranet is always available on your mobile phone. Optionally, a native app is also supplied in which messages can be read.
Our helpdesk is available on working days from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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