Alexandria, VA, April 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Bitrix, Inc., a technology trendsetter in business communications solutions, announces the release of a new case study which offers an exciting overview of the intranet project developed for Stellberg, a large stainless steel products manufacturer active in the Russian market.
Over the past 10 years, Stellberg has become a leading supplier of stainless steel products, with more than 120 highly qualified specialists at 7 locations from Yekaterinburg to Pyatigorsk. Using the Bitrix Intranet solution, the company reinforced its internal communications and made the general workflow more transparent.
A company with a highly distributed production and logistics network like Stellberg always runs the risk of inadequate communication among its workers, which are spread out among various organizational divisions and locations. Massive flows of disorderly business information which required great amounts of time and effort to search through, frequent urgent requests from distant offices and delivery trucks, the need to retrieve archived documents quickly, and the overshadowing sense that the their information is not secure from inside or outside threats made the necessity of an intranet clear to the company.
The new case study offers insights on how Enterprise 2.0 web technologies reinforced communication flows and collaboration efforts within a large steel manufacturer and made the whole company more efficient and productive.
Read the case study "Stellberg: Intranet Facilities for a Large Enterprise."
Case study "Stellberg: Intranet Facilities for a Large Enterprise" in PDF (350 Kb) download.
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