Custom-branded SharePoint solution takes off at the International Airport
When it comes to intranet projects, most organisations are working towards similar goals. They want to stop losing corporate knowledge in inboxes. They want to make it easier for teams to collaborate, and they want people to find accurate, current information quickly.
So, why are businesses still building intranets from scratch? A pre-configured intranet framework can reduce installation time by 75 percent, and slash installation costs by half.
As one of Australia’s busiest airports, this international Airport generates over $30 billion in economic activity each year. It employs hundreds of people across areas including marketing, IT, maintenance, construction and operations.
The airport prides itself on its positive and professional work culture. Its employees have strong job satisfaction and low turnover rates. The company wanted its internal communications to reflect this culture, while also improving opportunities for collaboration. Teams relied on email to work together, which meant information was often lost in inboxes. Employees also struggled to locate documents and other corporate information.
The airport needed a custom-branded intranet that:
Antares won the work through a competitive tender process. The airport said it preferred Antares’ pre-configured intranet approach for:
Antares built on its SharePoint and Office 365 intranet framework to:
While the technical work took place, a designer created custom SharePoint branding to mirror the company’s culture. The entire project, including graphic design, took eight weeks.
New ability to collaborate in public and private workspaces.
Single portal for news, events and announcements.
Reduced reliance on email for communication.
Project information stored in a central location, not inboxes.