Nashua, NH – July 17, 2018 – Akumina Inc., the world’s leading software provider of digital engagement solutions for the workplace, today announced record-breaking results for the second quarter of 2018. Continue reading “Akumina Reports Strongest Quarter in Company History; Eyes Bigger Gains in Second Half of 2018”
Los Angeles-based Ruven Gotz has two decades of experience in collaboration solutions and enterprise social tools. He helps clients with planning their strategy, information architecture, governance, change management, and adoption challenges as they relate to the digital workplace.
Ruven has received the Microsoft “Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) award for the past nine years and has been an international speaker and author on these topics for many years.
Last week I attended and was a presenter at the Digital Workplace Experience conference in Chicago hosted by Simpler Media and the Digital Workplace Group. During this 3-day conference, DWX attendees had the opportunity to see inside the world’s most successful digital workplaces through live tours, presentations and workshops. They were also exposed to the latest digital workplace trends, best practices and research during keynotes, sessions, and workshops. Continue reading “Digital Workplace Experience 2018 Recap”
Employee engagement measures the level of involvement, enthusiasm and commitment an employee has for their work and the organization. Employees benefit from being highly engaged and the organization they work for benefits from having highly engaged employees—a win-win overall. At Akumina, we have a strong viewpoint on Employee Engagement and have published it in a new whitepaper, now available for download. Continue reading “Whitepaper – Employee Engagement and the Digital Workplace”
Digital Workplace Software Leader Releases Native Mobile App Support for iOS and Android
Akumina, the leader in digital workplace software solutions, today announced product enhancements that deliver support for native enterprise mobile apps, further accommodating the company’s rapidly expanding global customer base. Continue reading “Akumina Delivers Native Enterprise iOS and Android Apps for Global Digital Workplace Customers”
When you think about SharePoint development the first thing that probably doesn’t come to mind is, “Wow! Building our custom-branded experience on this platform could NOT be easier!”
The reality is that SharePoint IS a great platform. Combine it with Office 365 and you have arguably the best digital workplace cloud platform on the planet. However, in a lot of cases companies stand up the out-of-box version of SharePoint with some minor color palette changes. Ultimately this doesn’t deliver on the organization’s brand guidelines—all it does deliver is a lackluster user experience for employees. The reason? Continue reading “Akumina Views – Making SharePoint UI Design Easy and Consistent”
When bringing any new technology into an enterprise, security is of course a paramount concern. Let’s go “under the hood” and examine in detail how Akumina safeguards business information to provide a trusted infrastructure. Continue reading “Akumina Data Encryption using Microsoft Azure Storage Service”
The factors that drove the massive employee productivity gains of the last half-century are well-known and easy to identify. They boil down to advances in an organizing principle from production lines, through lean management techniques, to the use of computers and mechanical automation.
So what’s next? When growth is always an imperative business need, how much more “massive” can employee productivity gains become? Are such gains even realistic to expect? Continue reading “Business Productivity: What’s the next catalyst?”
Akumina provides a framework to build out the most amazing digital workplace experiences. From managing news for your teams to collaborating on documents and events, Akumina can can handle all the core functionalities your teams need to get done what they need to get done.
But what if you want to kick those functionalities up a notch or two? Add a few bells over there and some whistles over here? Work in the features that didn’t quite make the cut in your phase 1 implementation? Continue reading “Akumina and Flow: the PB&J of Intranets”