The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) saw a 10-fold increase of people claiming Universal Credit during the first week of lockdown. DWP needed to upskill a large number of staff rapidly, in order to process this unprecedented level of claims.
Utilising the available functionality of their Invotra intranet, WMCA is keeping employees safe, informed and connected during lockdown with access to all of the information, resources and collaborative channels they need in a single, easily accessible location.
As part of its dedication to keeping its employees safe, connected and informed, East Herts Council are using Invotra Broadcast to send important organisation-wide communications regarding Coronavirus.
The Home Office wanted to avoid extending multiple contracts with external providers and instead wanted to migrate several applications into their Invotra intranet within a short period of time.
Invotra’s customer, Stevenage Borough Council, had a need to provide secure and restricted access to their councillors who access the intranet platform to see content that is specifically relevant to them.
Both the Home Office and Department for Work and Pensions approached Invotra with a set of applications that they wanted to migrate into Invotra. One of these applications was Ideas. Invotra successfully delivered an Ideas application that allows employees to submit their ideas to the rest of the organisation whilst providing a superior experience for the intranet teams that manages the application.
Invotra has integrated with Salesforce to enable Single Sign-On (SSO) for its US customer, Sierra Club, allowing employees and members to effortlessly access their Invotra intranet by logging in to their Salesforce accounts.