The NSPCC selects Interact to boost collaboration and strengthen organisational culture
Large UK children’s charity to deploy intelligent intranet software to unify and engage its dispersed workforce
[Manchester, UK – 4 April 2016] The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), one of the UK’s largest charities, has selected an intelligent intranet platform from Interact, to aid collaboration and build a stronger organisational culture for its employees. By implementing Interact, the children’s charity hopes to create ‘one’ NSPCC, enabling workers to share stories, inspire and engage colleagues as well as celebrate success and demonstrate impact.
Rebecca Leppington, Intranet manager at NSPCC, commented: “After extensive research into what our staff wanted from their new intranet, it became clear that Interact offered an outstanding out-of-the box solution. We were particularly impressed by its ease of use, superior collaboration and engagement features and extensive user community. These will allow us to bring our workers closer to the heart of the organisation and continue to fight for the children we work to protect.”
The charity plans to launch its intranet at the beginning of Q2 2016 to over 2,000 employees, all working across multiple sites. Features in Interact mean that the NSPCC can centralise its previously disparate CMS, staff directory, survey tool and discussion groups, thus encouraging ease of adoption and greater engagement of workers.
“The NSPCC recognised that it needed an intranet that was responsive on mobile and tablets, making it easier for staff to share knowledge and engage, whilst reducing the time taken to access vital information,” said Nigel Danson, Interact CEO. “Whilst many solutions can deliver on some level, there are few that offer intelligent functionality that learns the preferences of the user, whilst being so easy to implement and use. The fact that the NSPCC has recognised this and has selected Interact as its collaboration platform is a testament to our non-profit intranet offering.”
The NSPCC is one of many charities globally that uses Interact’s intelligent intranet software. Organisations including Barnardos, British Red Cross and Breast Cancer Now in the UK and ASPCA, March of Dimes and Make a Wish Foundation in the US all use Interact to help power internal communications, worker engagement and collaboration.
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