Case Study: International Power's Information Workplace
February 2, 2011
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As late as 2008, UK-based International Power didn't even have an intranet. Driven by the conviction that better-managed critical business knowledge could create a competitive advantage, the company designed, built, and implemented IPR Connect — a comprehensive, personalized Information Workplace (IW) that is integral to the users' working day and supports practically all of International Power's business activities. Already adopted by 1,000 headquarters' employees, IPR Connect delivers benefits including productivity enhancements, better-informed and faster decisions, and more profitable reuse of knowledge assets.
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