In the final article of our three-part series on digital workplace evolution, we hear from Igloo Customers, about their own evolution experiences.
What we've learned so far
No matter the industry, every Igloo customer faces the same challenge of making sure their digital workplace adapts and evolves at the same pace as their organization.
In this article, we've brought together some first-hand evolution experiences directly from our customers.
Rachel Foster's story (Corporate Communications Analyst at Paycor)
"I realized our digital workplace needed to become more of an employee experience platform; a central destination that would connect a variety of applications and enable employees to interact with their colleagues, share updates and avoid blasting emails. It would be a place you can post that celebratory retirement photo of your colleague, or advertise and recruit volunteers for community events. It would also be a place where you can recognize your colleagues and get informed about upcoming product updates. With those goals in mind, we decided to take action. In January 2018, we launched, and our refreshed workspace has never looked more exciting. The finished product matches our headquarters, with the same colors and modernized appearance. It mirrors our brand and connects with new developments we’ve done."
Forrest Petterson's story (Business Systems Analyst at Shorelight)
"We had been using Igloo extensively as a knowledge base, but we learned that we could also connect our company in ways we had not initially thought of. It was when the team went to Igloo’s ICE customer conference and saw Igloo’s Leadership Center for the first time; lightbulbs went on. This sparked our journey to evolve our Igloo instance into more than just a knowledge base. We needed to scale this to all employees quickly. It was clear Igloo could connect our company in ways we had not initially thought of."
Karen Rogers' story (Senior Director of Employee and Executive Communication at BMC Software)
Karen recently joined us for a Community Event webinar and shared their evolution journey. This eye-opening conversation helped us understand that many of us face similar challenges in our own organizations and there are many ways to approach these challenges.
View the webinar recording and learn about BMC's evolution experience.
Want to learn more?
- Explore our Evolve Packages
- Ask Rachel Foster, Forrest Petterson, or Karen Rogers questions about their journeys by starting a Community Discussion and them
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