Increased Teams collaboration: Moxtek case study
Moxtek has been a leader in developing and manufacturing innovative technology for almost four decades. They are also a leading supplier of advanced nano-optical and x-ray components used in display electronics, imaging, and analytical instrumentation. Moxtek is a subsidiary company of Polatechno, Co. Ltd. and is a Nippon Kayaku Group Company.
Being in the market for over four decades and achieving rapid growth, our client’s existing technology could no longer support employee knowledge management. They needed an effective internal communications solution and found it challenging to use and share content; neither was there a centralized process to navigate documents. Having a centralized employee hub to share and manage content, knowledge, and applications was essential.
Moxtek approached Evolvous to get an intranet in place. Following an analysis of the Customer’s existing business process, our team designed an intermediate intranet with modern capabilities and corporate branding leveraging SharePoint Online and integrated Microsoft Teams for better internal communications.
The home page consisted of news and announcements sections, quick links to applications, Weather and timing, a list of holidays, new hires, policies, employee directory, birthdays, IT desk help, important documents, company events, links to the company’s Twitter profile, office location and FAQs and everything would get stored in SharePoint. We have also created dedicated department sites with limited page content – News and Announcements, events, activities and a document library.
With a brand-new intranet in place, the team at Moxtek now experiences improved communication throughout the organization. The look and feel of their intranet sites match their corporate theme and branding. Documentation is organized, and access to information is faster and easier. Intranet has increased their overall productivity as well as streamlined the processes. Dedicated department sites have broken down the departmental silos and have made knowledge management less confusing and more organized.
With improved collaboration and teamwork, employees can communicate, brainstorm, share files, store conversations and work in real time on joint documents.