The World's Best Intranets


Online webinar

What separates the best intranets from the rest? Join us for a webinar on November 6, 2012 for a behind-the-scenes look at the best intranets from the 2nd Intranet Global Forum conference in New York City.

Learn how organizations like IBM, Walmart, Pfizer and others turned their intranets into world class business systems and the process underlying their success.

You'll learn:

  • Strategies for turning a good intranet into a great intranet, supported with concrete examples from the forum.
  • Key lessons and universal truths about the best-of-the-best corporate intranets that you can learn from and apply to your own intranet.
  • Quick wins for improving the user experience of your corporate intranet.

Who should attend:
This webinar has been developed for all intranet professionals, including communications, marketing, HR, IT and Designers.

View The World's Best Intranets

There is no charge to attend this webinar.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST


Chris Chambers, VP, Client Development, Prescient Digital Media - Mr. Chambers has been a Sales & Marketing Executive and Business Development Consultant for over 25 years. He has specific experience developing and executing strategies, guiding organizations to improve their business operations.

Toby Ward, founder and CEO of Prescient Digital Media. Toby has worked on dozens of intranets for many large, complex and Fortune 500 companies in his 15 years of working on intranets. A specialist in web and intranet planning and measurement, Toby writes and speaks across the globe on subject pertaining to intranets, websites, and corporate technology.

About Prescient Digital Media:
Prescient Digital Media is a veteran web and intranet consulting firm with 11 years of rich history. We provide strategic Internet and intranet consulting, planning and communications services to many Fortune 500 and big brand clients, as well as small and medium-size leaders. Our clients include many Fortune 500s and big brand names such as Harvard, HSBC, Pepsi, MasterCard, Nintendo, Sony, Toshiba, USAA, and more than 150 others.