The Alzheimer’s Society's new Intranet designed and developed by ClearPeople has been awarded the Best in Class accolade at the Interactive Media Awards
We are delighted to announce that the intranet ClearPeople designed and developed for Alzheimer’s Society has been awarded the Best in Class accolade at the Interactive Media Awards scoring an impressive 482/500 including top marks for feature functionality and content.
The global awards are open to all organisations around the world and the Best in Class award is the highest honour bestowed by the awarding body. It represents the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism in digital.
ClearPeople worked with Alzheimer’s Society to refresh their intranet using the Microsoft Office 365 platform to improve internal communication and collaboration amongst their employees and volunteers.
Alzheimer’s Society’s Intranet Manager, John Bazley says: “Our intranet encourages and enables people to share their experiences and knowledge… This culture leads to a greater understanding of different peoples’ roles and contributions to the Society and the fight against dementia. This is morale boosting, creates shared respect, and by knowing each other's responsibilities, to better work together.”
As the Society continues to grow, and with a wide spread of people across different geographies, it is essential that their people have access to the best resources possible to improve the efficiency of information finding and sharing, promoting collaboration and a greater sense of connection to the Society.
- Katya Linossi, co-founder and Managing Director of ClearPeople said: “I’m really proud that the work the team has done is improving the working efficiencies of Alzheimer’s Society’s employees and volunteers. This award is a demonstration of our ability to develop world-class digital workspaces based on a lot of hard work and understanding of our client’s challenges and objectives.”