Conference alert: How to amp up your intranet with SharePoint

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Experts from eBay, Kroger, the state of California and more will show you how to build an intranet your employees will love and actually use.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: May 22, 2013

Does your intranet increase employee productivity?

Is it easy to navigate?

Is it user-friendly?

If you answered “no” to any of the questions above, you can’t miss our
SharePoint for Corporate Communicators conference. Join us July 30-31 in Chicago to learn the secrets to successful, enthusiastic collaboration on this powerful platform.

You’ll get an in-depth tour of SharePoint, the software 78 percent of Fortune 500 companies use, and five SharePoint experts will spill their best tips and
tricks.

Learn more about the conference.

Take a look at the agenda:

  • Jody Rosner, an IT manager and former communications officer for the Office of Legislative Counsel for the state of California, will show you how
    to get every department in your company-not just communications and IT-to love and use SharePoint.
  • Andrea Berry, a manager of associate communications at Kroger, will explain how an intranet can enhance your current corporate communication efforts.
  • Christy Season Punch, a senior intranet strategist for SCANA Corporation, will share inexpensive ways you can make your company’s SharePoint network great.
  • Dux Raymond Sy, a partner at Innovative-e, will discuss how to train employees to use SharePoint, as well as encourage them to champion it throughout
    the company.
  • Ramin Mobasseri,
    enterprise portal/social solutions manager at eBay, will demonstrate how to measure your intranet efforts and boost your return on
    investment.

See the full agenda.

After this instruction, you will finally get your company intranet to boost employee engagement and efficiency.


Sign up today

to give your corporate communications the SharePoint edge. Don’t forget to grab

the promotional discount

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