Stuttgart, Germany, March 27, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- A new online service from Germany is now offering support for intranet administrators. The service has been developed by Professor Karsten Wendland, an Information Workflows and Multimedia Systems specialist at Aalen University. Professor Wendland has been studying corporate intranets for 15 years, identifying typical issues and developing solutions. "Today many intranets are overflowing with content. They are jumbled and beyond control. The operation of such an Intranet quickly grinds to a halt. Reorganizing the functionality and content usually fails to mend the problem. Intranets must be 'kissed alive'," says Wendland, summarizing the challenge.
Typically, those in charge of intranets face the problem of technical, socio-technical, editorial, organizational and personal aspects being mixed together. This is exactly what inspired us to develop the Intranet Oracle, says Professor Wendland. The Intranet Oracle interviews his clients about their past, present and future, analyzes their screenshots and project documentation, and checks proposals from potential suppliers. "The Oracle already knows many secrets, asks very specific questions and speaks in clear terms," says the scientist, emphasizing his pragmatic approach.
The new online service spearheaded by Prof. Wendland is backed by a team of experts from Germany ready to share their expertise and support with their colleagues all around the world - quickly, cost-effectively and professionally. The Intranet Oracle and its free newsletter can be found at http://www.intranetoracle.com.