Unleash the power of communities
IntelliEnterprise gives you a set of collaborative and social tools that help your organization create a team environment within your intranet. IntelliEnterprise combines best practice social tools with all the security and compliance you need in an enterprise platform.
By building your own social networking environment within your intranet, you gain the greatest benefit from enterprise search, metadata, contextual navigation, and a fully integrated employee directory. Your employees can more easily discover people, find experts, assemble knowledge, and recognize trends and resources – and become even more efficient in their different roles at work.
Foster innovation with the necessary enterprise controls
Employees, who are separated by geographical or even organizational boundaries, can now work together more effectively as they have shared private, business-specific community workspace where it is safe to exchange ideas and knowledge.
A blog is an online journal where entries appear from newest to oldest. Managers use internal blogs to post events, share personal views about products, services or vision for the corporation and provide project updates. Project teams also often use blogs to report project activities. Employees can leave comments to lend insight, ask questions and more.
A wiki allows approved users to collaborate and edit web pages covering a common subject. Employees use wikis to create glossaries that explain acronyms and other company-specific terms and share dynamic information that can acts like a knowledgebase. The wiki features automatic linking of keywords. When a keyword appears in the text, it is automatically linked to that keyword’s own wiki page. If there isn’t a page yet for that keyword, the link appears in red so users can create a page and fill in the missing information. The wiki supports wiki-like links in double brackets as well as traditional HTML links.
Vote on ideas or suggestions. Unlike a poll, social voting allows you to check several answers instead of just one. And people can rate the whole idea with a "thumbs up/down," and add comments so the author of the idea gets even more useful feedback.
When viewing a community, this list shows its members.
Create polls to get people's opinions on specific questions.
Team & Role Members Portlet
Get a list of all members who hold a particular role, making it easy to find subject matter experts (e.g. the person responsible for the content of a category/site, or the members of a project team).
Similar to a message board, employees can hold quick online discussions. Discussions can appear in threads to make it easier to follow a specific discussion. Employees can also request email notifications whenever a new message appears in the discussion.
User Comments and Ratings
Star ratings and user comments have long been found on public websites — from Amazon.com to weblogs — but they are much more useful on intranets, where they’re from colleagues instead of anonymous or unknown readers. This feature allows readers to communicate with both other users and the information publishers. This feedback possibility and the inherent two way communication capabilities are characteristic features of an Enterprise 2.0 Intranet.
Shows a list of the most accessed documents from all sites.
Displays an aggregated view of all non-private blogs.
This portlet shows all public communities together with the community's profile picture and tags. Paging and search capabilities make sure you will locate a community even if hundreds of communities exist. It is easy to join or leave communities from this portlet.
Extranet / Invitations
Organizations can extend their reach beyond their company by inviting external users to join community sites. This increases collaboration and strengthens business relationships with partners, suppliers, vendors, customers and other businesses by sharing parts of the organization's content. Existing users can invite external users and revoke their access if needed.