Are you heading to SPS Calgary this weekend? If so, join us this Saturday between 9:25-10:20 am in classroom 109 at Heritage Hall (SAIT). We've prepared an exciting presentation for you alongside Robin Morgan, Intranet Project Lead from Capital Power—a leading power producer with headquarters in Edmonton, Alberta and Boston, Massachusetts.
In this case study style presentation, Morgan and 6-time SharePoint MVP winner, Michal Pisarek, will be discussing 7 common intranet challenges and how the leading power producer overcame them by deploying a new intranet on Office 365 for 1,500 users. Join us to discover how Capital Power revamped their intranet—below and after shots below!
Case Study: How Capital Power Cut Intranet Costs by 54% and Deployed a New Intranet on Office 365 for 1500 Users
Capital Power's Intranet Before and After
About the Talk
Like many organizations who have implemented custom-built Intranets on SharePoint, Capital Power quickly came to recognize the inefficiencies and complexities the system created for everyday business operations. The company knew a complete Intranet overhaul was required after surveying employees and identifying 7 major Intranet challenges:
1. Highly inflexible and costly to manage
2. Overcrowded and illogical homepage
3. Poorly designed making it difficult for users to navigate
4. Intranet not mobile friendly and responsive
5. Employees did not trust search
6. Intranet required highly technical people to make changes
7. Inconsistent user experience across roles
Robin Morgan, Intranet Project Manager at Capital Power, will educate the audience on exactly how the organization cut intranet costs while simultaneously overcoming these 7 Intranet challenges for an Intranet that drives results.
About Capital Power
Capital Power is a leading power producer with headquarters in Edmonton, Alberta and Boston, Massachusetts. The public company develops, acquires, operates and optimizes 3,200 megawatts of power generation at 18 facilities across North America. With employees spanning the US and Canada, Capital Power formally relied on a custom-built SharePoint Intranet to keep employees connected, informed and engaged.