DEDHAM, Mass., May 29, 2012 — The success of an employee intranet environment greatly depends on user acceptance. If the user interface of the intranet’s content management system (CMS) is unwelcoming or difficult to maneuver, the company’s editors may abandon it and employees may lose interest in the site. Read this article to see why many companies are turning to e-Spirit’s FirstSpirit CMS.
“An Intranet That Employees Want to Use: Get Your Users On Board by Integrating Your Portal with the FirstSpirit CMS” by Oliver Jaeger is now available at http://insiderprofiles.wispubs.com/article.aspx?iArticleId=6432. The article can also be found on page 17 of the April-June 2012 issue of insiderPROFILES, both in print and via the insiderPROFILES mobile app for Apple and Android platforms.
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