New SharePoint intranet improves user access to information
13 Jan 23 – Phase One of New SharePoint Intranet goes live for central Government department
Metataxis is thrilled to announce that Release 1 of a new SharePoint intranet for a UK central Government department has just gone live!
With a clear objective of improving user access to knowledge and information, this major intranet project was started back in January 2022.
Key deliverables of Phase One covered information architecture, including site structures, content types, columns, and term sets, as well as a powerful search.
With ease-of-use top of mind, the dedicated project team included solution architects, developers, an information architect, user experience architects, user researchers, business analysts, comms people, and other project support professionals.
This 15+ strong team of experts has been working round the clock, fully focused on making the launch of Release 1 as smooth as possible, while ensuring all user requirements were met – especially around search and findability.
Marc Stephenson, Director at Metataxis comments: “We are delighted to have been part of the team that completed Phase One of this key intranet project for the UK Government. Strong commitment and teamwork have played a significant part in the successful delivery and smooth go live of this initial release – we have seen a fantastic effort from everyone involved on the project to date.”
Release 2 and Release 3 will follow later this year to deliver this SharePoint intranet solution and valuable resource for all employees within this public sector organisation.
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