The workplace landscape is drastically changing now more than ever. We’re seeing low unemployment rates in the US and technology innovation popping up in every aspect of our lives. Continue reading “Put Your Business at the Forefront of Modern Workplace Transformation with Akumina “
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”
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”
Today we are excited to announce that the Boston Red Sox have chosen Akumina’s digital workplace platform to launch their new global digital workplace! Continue reading “Boston Red Sox Score Big with Employees”
One of the questions we frequently get asked from customers is:
How can we build and deploy a new corporate intranet that will actually get used?
Many organizations believe in the what I like to call the “field of dreams” approach of “if you build it they will come”, but we know that is not always a practical reality. Akumina’s experience with thousands of enterprises tells us that this is far from the truth and that most organizations suffer from deploying an intranet that employees don’t use after the initial launch. Continue reading “5 Tips for Driving Intranet Adoption Rates”