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Prescient's Approach to Intranets
Prescient has a five-phased approach or methodology that our intranet consultants use to creating highly effective intranets. The first two phases are Assessment and Planning.
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Intranet Evaluation
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The SharePoint (MOSS) Plan
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Intranet Blueprint
The Intranet Blueprint © 2013 is an all encompassing plan for assessing, planning and implementing a successful intranet. Our model for success, the Nexus of Intranet Success, is one that has been built over many years on the strength of dozens of projects.
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Intranet 2.0 Blueprint
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Enterprise Portal Blueprint © 2013
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Landing page About Us
We assess, plan, design and build world-class intranets and digital workplaces. Prescient has worked with 200+ intranet clients, including many Fortune 500 and big brand leaders. We work with dozens of technology platforms, and have world-class expertise in SharePoint.
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Landing page Whitepapers and Handouts
Prescient contributes to intranet best practices by publishing studies, whitepapers and handouts which we offer as complimentary downloads. Our goal is to help organizations understand the importance of Assessment, Planning and choosing the right technology when undertaking any intranet redevelopment project.
Implementing Web 2.0 for fun and profit
Within certain circles, there is a passionate and wide-ranging discussion about how Web 2.0 technology will transform the way companies do business. While the debate won’t be settled soon, there can be no question that this technology is being embraced faster by consumers than by corporations. And that adoption pattern has significant implications, both for how technology enters the corporate environment, and for the competitive advantages early corporate adopters can gain.
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