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We’re proud to announce this year’s Intra.NET Berlin Award winners

Winner of the Intra.NET Award 2018 in the category UX Design, Personalisation and  Content Distribution:
1. Rijn IJssel
2. Buko
3. Berner Group

Winner of the Intra.NET Award 2018 in the category Best Collaborative Tool / Ecosystem to Support Business Processes:
1. Ørsted A/S
2. RHI Magnesita
3. Keolis

Winner of the Intra.NET Special Jury Award 2018:
1. MAM Babyartikel
2. Continental
3. Merck

Our Jury Intra.NET Berlin Award Jury 2018
We’re grateful to have our esteemed advocates and jury members on board. They are the judges when it comes to evaluating all projects and making the final decision as to who will be the proud nominees and finalists. To find out more information about them, their backgrounds and motivation, please visit our intranet.experts site.

Award Ceremony in 2018

Award Winner 2018

Winner of the Intra.NET award 2018 in the category ‘UX Design, Personalisation and Content Distribution’ was Rijn IJssel with their project ‘Plein’, their new social intranet which improved the organisation’s communication by linking employees and management together and forms the ideal starting point of each employees’ working day. The second place was awarded to BUKO with their project ‘100% Buko’ and the third place went to Berner Group and their project ‘Out-of-the-box intranet’.

Winner of the Intra.NET award 2018 in the category ‘Best Collaborative Tool / Ecosystem to Support Business Processes was Ørsted A/S with their digital workplace project which empowered their company’s transformational vision. The second place was won by RHI Magnesita and their project ‘MyRHIMagnesita employee app’ and the third place went to Keolis with their project ‘KeoSphere’.

Additionally a third category was created – ‘Special Jury award’ which was set-up for projects that achieved outstanding results across all entries and therefore deserved special recognition. The special category was won by MAM Babyartikel and their ‘Workplace by Facebook @ MAM’ project, which helped them strengthen their working relationships, improved the engagement and culture across the MAM Group while increasing knowledge sharing and agility. The second place went to Continental and their ‘Intranet Relaunch project’ and the third place was won by Merck with their project ‘Avanti with EVA’.

Award Winner 2017

Winner of the Intra.NET award 2017 in the category ‘Intranet Integration, Strategy & Digital Workplace Management’ was ABB Ltd with their project ‘Inside+’. The new platform is a state-of-the-art Intranet which meets today’s user expectations and simply makes their lives easier by providing a seamless user experience, easy integration with different tools and fast access to ABB’s whole offerings suite. It is furthermore built on latest responsive design technology and is accessible from any device, anywhere and anytime.

Winner of the Intra.NET award 2017 in the category ‘User Experience Design & Content Management’ was Norsk Hydro with their ‘Intranet simplification project’. Norsk Hydro achieved an overall improvement of their intranet, making it an up-to-date, modern digital platform for their managers and employees. The intranet is their main global internal communication channel, where managers and employees can access and share information, provide guidance and direction, and where the company can deploy business systems across staff and business areas, including business area specific systems, corporate directives and guidelines, steering documents and procedures.

The award in the third category ‘Innovative Technology Integration’ was won by the Anthony Veder Group with their project ‘The Bridge’. Their ‘Work Smarter’ program made it easier for employees to set priorities and enabled easy access to information from all locations and therefore improved communication significantly. They were able to save 33 minutes per employee per day, which translates into 350.000 Euro savings per year. The Bridge presents the status ‘as is’, helping to focus discussions on outcome rather than on who has the right information.

In addition to the three categories, we.CONECT also launched a new category ‘Special Jury award’, which was won by Pandora with their project ‘Infora’. Based on the jury’s feedback they received outstanding scores in all three categories and therefore deserved a special recognition. They created a cohesive solution, bringing together various tools into a single, seamless platform that’s accessible on any device for all employees worldwide. With the launch of Infora, PANDORA has moved towards their ultimate goal of global connectivity through a united and seamless platform.

Award Winner 2016

Winner of the Intra.NET award 2016 in the category ‘Intranet Integration, Strategy & Digital Workplace Management’ was Telefónica Germany. After a major merger a new social intranet was established and made accessible to all staff, serving as a central platform for information, dialogue, collaboration and knowledge management across all locations.

Winner of the Intra.NET award 2016 in the category ‘User Experience Design & Content Management’ was Swisscom with their project ‘Galactica’. They launched the 4th major step on their Intranet / Collaboration transformation journey, aiming for a digital workplace, that suits the daily communication, collaboration and work needs of the 19’000 employees while providing a simple and integrated user experience.

The award in the third category ‘Innovative Technology Integration’ was won by DSM N.V. with their project ‘News Control Centre’ which made the workplace less complex and resulted in a significant 6 digit cost saving per year. It furthermore improved the employee user experience drastically by offering personalised news in a more modern way and reduced the workload for Content Managers. The fourth and last category ‘Most Promising Digital Workplace app or collaboration tool’ was won by Orchard MBC for their project ‘[email protected]’. Besides increasing proactivity and sharing knowledge, the app combines a useful work tool that comprises a social component and gamification aspect to help drive motivation.

Award Winner 2015

Winner of the Intra.NET Award 2015 in the category ‘Intranet Integration Strategy & Digital Workplace Management’ was KPN for their TeamKPN project. The project focussed on increasing the impact of the platform, positioning it as the platform for employee engagement and strategic alignment and fully integrated it in internal communications for all employees. The TeamKPN 2.0 project achieved these goals by increasing user experience, managing user generated content and coaching senior leaders in the use of the platform.

Winner of the Intra.NET Award 2015 in the category ‘User Experience Design & Content Management’ was Allianz Turkey with their intranet project [email protected] According to Fatmanur Erdoğan, Head of Corporate Communications at Allianz Turkey: “[email protected] is not a typical intranet where employees create all content by themselves. Instead they have created a culture change which has affected the consumer behaviour accordingly. The intranet platform aims at providing interaction, co-creation, collaboration and engagement concepts to answer the technological developments and expectations of the Generation Y.

According to Roche Head of Corporate Communications Stephan Feldhaus’ vision: “Every day RocheNet gives each employee world-wide a single point of access to the information, applications and expertise they need in order to make decisions that will support the achievement of business objectives, maintain the core values of the company and enable them to develop their careers at Roche.” The Roche intranet team therefore thrived to align their strategy to the company goals: by 2025 digital natives will make up 50% of their workforce.

Award Winner 2014

The winner of the Intra.NET Reloaded Award 2014 in the category of “Intranet Integration Strategy & Digital Workplace Management” was NEXANS. They received the award for the Intranet version 4 project that addresses strategic values within the group. It has managed to grow its user rate from a 70% to 100%. This has allowed for an increase of 250% in views of global news.

The winner of the category “User Experience Design & Content Management” is ‘s Heeren Loo Zorggroep with their Project: ‘s Heeren Loo Portals – an employee portal that does not only provide access to news, updates, an event calendar, client data, HRM records, health care protocols and procedures, but also profile pages of all employees and team sites for collaboration. In addition to that, a portal for mentally challenged clients is being created to help them overcome difficulties when using the internet.

Barclays Bank Plc. with the Project “Barclays – Creating Compelling Colleague Collaborations” received the first place in the award category “Innovative Technology Integration”. Barclays Bank Plc. has used its intranet as a tool to help the colleague’s service customers through a directory of indexed process and product manuals. This has resulted in a 36% reduction in frontline calls to back office operations, an 80% reduction in knowledge related complaints, a 76% increase in frontline engagement, averaging 3.048 colleague posts per day and a 25% increase in active users. Overall this has resulted in an aggregate saving of circa £3m.

Award Winner 2013

The independent jury in 2013 consisted of Jörn Bodemann (CEO, e-Spirit AG), Philipp Rosenthal (Future Office Evangelist, Tieto), Darius Miranda (Vice President, Social Business Strategy, Wells Fargo Inc.), Kelli Carlson-Jagersma (Vice President, Social Business Strategy, Wells Fargo Inc.) and Jonathan Phillips (Manager Digital Communications, Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.). They selected the best Intra.NET and chose MAN Diesel & Turbo SE. Their project was awarded thanks to the excellent transition operated after the merger of MAN Diesel SE and MAN Turbo AG. Joseph Purse and his team managed to overcome the challenges in creating a common platform to connect a large number of employees within different fields, as well as bridging the gap and uniting global sales and operational services throughout the company.

Supporting a good cause is at the very heart of our ambitions. Throughout the years we have carefully researched and selected charities that are close to our heart and deserve special recognition.

Charity Partner 2018

The German children’s cancer charity is committed to support children, who have been diagnosed with cancer, as well as their families and helps them to improve their quality of live. Their everyday work comprises counselling, accompanying families through their journey to recovery and the support through social funds should families run into financial difficulties.

The German children’s cancer charity supports and finances patient-oriented research projects in order to increase the young patients’ chances of a full recovery, ensure safe treatments and find new therapies so that long term implications can be reduced to a minimum or completely eliminated.

They also established the ‘Waldpiraten-Camp’ which is located close to Heidelberg and is unique in Germany. It’s a rehabilitation, recreation and leisure camp which helps children to regain their strength and build-up their courage after winning the battle with cancer so they can return to their everyday and happy life.

Charity Partner 2017

DKMS is a not for profit organization and was founded on May 28, 1991, by a private initiative and due to the blood cancer patient Mechtild Harf. With more than 7.1 million registered stem cell donors and international locations like Germany, USA, Poland, Spain, and the UK, the DKMS family is the largest association of stem cell donor centers worldwide. At the present time, at least 18 DKMS members donate stem cells for blood cancer patients around the world each and every day.

Every 15 minutes someone is diagnosed with blood cancer in Germany. Whether children or adults – no one is safe from this disease but with the donation of stem cells, we may be able to defeat blood cancer. For a transplant of stem cells to be successful, the patient’s and donor’s tissue characteristics need  to be an almost exact match – which is a challenge, since the probability of finding a perfect match lies anywhere between 1 in 20,000 and 1 in several millions. Therefore we need to get as many people as possible registered, to increase the chances of finding a matching donor for every blood cancer patient.

In principle, anyone between 17 and 55 years of age can be registered as a potential stem cell donor. The most important thing is that you are physically fit, do not suffer from any chronic diseases, and you don’t belong to any risk groups. Your tissue characteristics are determined by just using a simple swab from the inside of your cheek or by a blood sample. After providing DKMS with your swabs or blood samples and your signed consent form, you can be a part of the DKMS family – and get the opportunity to give a blood cancer patient a second chance at life. Individuals as well as entire families, companies, associations, and many celebrities have joined us in serving a good cause – with more and more signing up each and every day.

Charity Partner 2016

In 2016, the Intra.NET award supported Charitree an organisation based in Berlin who is building a platform that showcases various projects  that provide innovative and sustainable solutions, which help integrate refugees in our society. Their objective is to provide a physical space for personal and detailed understanding of the brilliant work being done by various social campaigns that addresses the issues of refugees.

Charity partner 2015

In 2015 the Intra.NET Awards presented by we.CONECT supported Reporter Without Borders – an international organisation that documents and publicises violations of media freedom worldwide, lobbies for better protection of journalists and against repressive laws. Reporter Without Borders Germany runs its own emergency assistance desk as well as a department for freedom of information on the internet.

Charity partner 2014

We selected STEPS For the Future as our charity partner in 2014. STEPS for the future is a project supported by Weltfriedensdienst e.V. to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and its effects in Africa. It creates positive, provocative and humorous movies revolving around HIV positive men and women in order to stop the stigmatisation of the disease in Southern African countries.

Charity partner 2013

The non-profit organization Camara Education Inc. received a donation of 2,000 €  from we.CONECT Global Leaders GmbH. Camara is an International organization involved in global training projects and dedicated to using technology to improve education and skills in disadvantaged communities around the world.

Terms and Conditions

– All details must be submitted in English
– Your award application must refer to an intranet project in your company
– Only projects that have been implemented or are already in an implementation phase are being considered
– The project implementation of the project must not date back longer than 2 years
– A company may nominate more than one project for the award, however not in the same category
– The jury will only consider applicants who have completed the award application with all required details and will nominate projects for each category
– All nominees will be asked to prepare a 2 minute-long video showcasing their project. Style, format and content can be based on individual / corporate design.
– The video will be shown live on stage at the award ceremony on April 19, 2018
– Failure to provide a video may result in disqualification
– Besides being used for evaluation-purposes, the information provided by applicants may be published in further channels (website/portal/social media) by we.CONECT
– All nominees must be present at the award evening or alternatively send a representative
– By submitting the application, you agree to the terms & conditions of we.CONECT
– We reserve the right to publish your project under your name and company name respectively. It is therefore advisable to ensure that all submissions are fully approved by your organisation before applying
– Solution providers and consultants are not allowed to enter award, however they may apply with one of their customer’s projects
– Decisions of the jury are final and may not be disputed. The jury will adhere to our award guidelines
– No applications for the Intra.NET Berlin Award will be considered after the deadline March 09, 2018

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