Our company, www.incentive-inc.com, provides an enterprise-grade social business collaboration platform that includes: document collaboration, team communications, activity streams, video chat (using Chrome), wiki functionality, integration with Dropbox, and Microsoft SharePoint.
Our platform works with iOS, Android, and desktop apps. Companies can deploy our platform on-premise, in a private cloud, or in our Incentive-hosted cloud environment. We released a stand-alone messaging app for iOS and Android at the end of June.
Incentive is an alternative to organizations that want an intranet but not the complexity and cost of Microsoft SharePoint. But, Incentive integrates with an existing SharePoint implementation, making the SharePoint instance much easier to use.
Our largest client is NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), but our target market is SME organizations, from startups to 300-500 employees.
In many respects, Incentive can be considered an ‘instant intranet,’ because it can be up and running in less than 30 minutes. Incentive is intuitive and easy to learn. It uses the social technical skills that Millennials and Generation Z are accustomed to, while being easy for Gen Y and Boomers to learn. Yup, those Boomers are going to be with us for a while longer.
We are looking for a series of blog posts - ~ 750-1,000 words each – around the topics of: 1) team communications, 2) organization intranets, and 3) effective document collaboration.
The goal is to provide short informational pieces that can help small organizations and early stage companies organize their internal communications and information management. Each post will include a simple checklist of next steps to implement the recommendations in the blog post.
The content should focus on the challenge faced by small organizations without large budgets and IT teams.
Think "badass team communications." How do we get there?